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Changing Your Mind

Aaron McHugh

What you believe today, you probably won’t in five years. You might change your mind. You might decide you lean more to the middle than the left or the right. You might ditch the kombucha and conclude that an IPA goes better with a fancy salad.
Maybe you’ll decide to ride your bike to get the mail is entirely inefficient. Today, you’d never waste that much time on a mundane task.

Changing your mind rides tandem with growth and adaptation.
New information comes in.
Discoveries arise.
Persuasive viewpoints surface.
You adapt.
You are fluid.
Your experiences shape your position, your ideas, and your beliefs.
Your change tribes.
You discover empathy.
Everything is subject to change.