Sarah, thanks for posting the link, great to get the opportunity of thinking about being right or wrong again.
For me personally it partly resonates with what I believe, because I can see how limiting it can be to feel the need to be right. On the other hand, I come from a very different background because what I have been taught in my life is that in most situations I don't make mistakes. I just do different things that have different and often unexpected outcomes, but wherever it gets me, I will be able to make something good out of it. But then this is easy to say for me, spoiled middle European girl who never had any real problems.
Sue, I know about the TEDx talks
but have not watched as many of them as I watched from the main TED channel. Would be so wonderful if you could speak at a TEDx event, I think people would really appreciate to hear what you have to say (at least I know I would, very much!
P.S.: Thank you so much for reminding me of the TEDx channel, I just went there and found a talk in Spanish with English subtitles. I have been planning to learn Spanish and my colleagues gave me a learning set with some CDs and exercise books for my birthday, but for some reason this form of learning bores me to death. Now I can learn it just like I learned Dutch, by watching videos in this language while reading English subtitles.