The Eric Ibey Podcast

#3 - Owning my mistakes and changing my beliefs

December 02, 2019 Eric Ibey
The Eric Ibey Podcast
#3 - Owning my mistakes and changing my beliefs
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The Eric Ibey Podcast
#3 - Owning my mistakes and changing my beliefs
Dec 02, 2019
Eric Ibey

In this episode, I begin by discussing a few of the more controversial topics from Episode #2 and how I could have been wrong with some of the things I said. Like I said in Episode #1, I want to try my best to own up to my mistakes and I thought this would be a great opportunity to start. 

I also discuss the importance of being able to change our beliefs and identities. I share a few stories about beliefs that I used to have that may surprise you. Those beliefs were controversial. But through discussion, reflection, and learning new things, I came to realize that my old beliefs were no longer serving me and decided to change. I think a lot of people stay stuck to old beliefs because they form our identities, and it's hard to change our identity. If more people accepted that their beliefs and identities could change, I think we'd live in a world where people are a bit nicer to each other, show more understanding, and have more productive discussions.                                   

Show Notes

In this episode, I begin by discussing a few of the more controversial topics from Episode #2 and how I could have been wrong with some of the things I said. Like I said in Episode #1, I want to try my best to own up to my mistakes and I thought this would be a great opportunity to start. 

I also discuss the importance of being able to change our beliefs and identities. I share a few stories about beliefs that I used to have that may surprise you. Those beliefs were controversial. But through discussion, reflection, and learning new things, I came to realize that my old beliefs were no longer serving me and decided to change. I think a lot of people stay stuck to old beliefs because they form our identities, and it's hard to change our identity. If more people accepted that their beliefs and identities could change, I think we'd live in a world where people are a bit nicer to each other, show more understanding, and have more productive discussions.