2. “They rarely believe what you show them.”
3. “They often believe what their friends tell them.”
4. “They always believe what they tell themselves.”
What do you think? While I really don’t disagree with Seth’s reasoning… beliefs seem a bit different to me:
Unlike Seth… I think, that people who:
1. trust you believe what you tell them.
2. get to ask questions and interact with the images tend to believe what you show them.
3. nurture soul mate friendships pretty much believe what these friends tell them.
4. reflect often and remain open to new ideas and possibilities believe less that others tell themselves… and tolerate more ambiguity until they see facts on both sides.
I like Seth’s clarion-call-writing about beliefs … because it makes me curious to think more about what I believe. It’s also fun to lay those beliefs alongside Seth’s to see how they both agree and differ. Considering how the human brain acts from our belief pools ... this is a topic worth revisiting from time to time.... Thanks for a great post Seth!