- Brennon Strnad
- Kewaunee, WI
- United States
Madison Community Cooperative
Stigmatizing being wrong: right or wrong?
Kathryn Schulz proposes we shouldn't be afraid of being wrong. Hype about the Harold Camping apocalypse has got me thinking. I found Schulz's message inspiring but I am also thankful for all those poking fun at Camping for being wrong. I can't imagine patting Camping on the back for trying. But isn't this the kind of bold commitment Schulz proposes? I wonder if stigmatizing others for being wrong, even when it may be deserved, is poor practice if you believe fear of failure inhibits valuable action.