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“It is the consistency of the information that matters for a good story, not its completeness.”
– Daniel Kahneman, American Psychologist

“Trial and error will always be a part of how any organization solves a complex, ever-shifting problem.”
– Tim Harford, British Economist

“To make anything interesting you simply have to look at it long enough.”
– Gustave Flaubert, French Novelist

"The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.”
– Kevin Kelly, American Tech Pioneeer

“There are no gods in the universe, no nations, no money, no human rights, no laws, and no justice
outside the common imagination of human beings”
– Yuval Noah Harari, Israeli Historian

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”
– James Baldwin, American Novelist

“Human beings innovate by combining and recombining ideas, and the larger and denser the network,
the more innovation occurs.”
– Matthew Ridley, British Journalist

“Something only becomes truly popular when it becomes interesting to those who don't particularly care.”
– Chuck Klosterman, American Essayist

 “And you can't change people's minds by utterly refuting their arguments.”
– Jonathan Haidt, American Psychologist

“Unfortunately, our ability to learn from information hasn't necessarily kept pace with its proliferation.”
– Charles Duhigg, American Journalist

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