It is important to cultivate a mindset that appreciates and embraces ideas from others. This involves actively listening, considering alternative viewpoints, and being open to constructive criticism. By doing so, we can foster an environment that encourages collaboration and intellectual growth, leading to the development of stronger and more innovative ideas. Dismissing an idea solely based on the fact that it didn’t originate from oneself is an example of intellectual bias and a lack of openness to new perspectives. Ultimately, the worth of an idea should be determined by its content, feasibility, and potential impact, rather than whether it aligns with our personal preferences or ego.

Don Giorgio