Podcast – Episode 0390 – What Kind Of Thinking Can Be Trusted
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In this episode, Joel and Antonia talk about how to trust other people’s thinking.
In this podcast you’ll find:
- How do you know whether you can trust someone’s thinking or not? Antonia explains the rationale behind this question.
- What are some metrics you can use to measure trustworthy thought?
- Examining the quality of thoughts
- When people don’t realize thoughts are contextual
- Looking at thinking through a cause and effect versus a systems approach.
- How the systems-thinking approach works over time
- How this shows up for Antonia in her approach to business partnerships
- What makes Antonia distrust someone’s thinking?
- The idea that a “corrupt node” can follow a person around
- Contextual trust: the distinction between trusting someone’s thinking versus holistically trusting them as an individual.
- What are the areas where Antonia trusts Joel’s quality of thinking? Where doesn’t she trust his thinking and why?
- What areas does Antonia trust her own thinking in, and what prevents her from always trusting her own thoughts?
- Intellectual honesty and how this relates to ego work in the type community:
- Examining the desire to call out people we believe are mistyped
- How could we shift this towards a healthier, more growth focused direction?
- Humility versus hubris – giving people the space they need to change their mind
- A message to feelers listening to this conversation.
- The effect of only “judging based on agreement” – using Black Jeopardy! as an illustration.
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