Naive, The Worst Ally You Can Get













The Worst Ally You Can Get







by Dan Simen,















having or showing a lack of experience, judgement, or information; credulous:

She’s so naïve she believes everything she reads. He has a very naïve attitude toward politics.



Have you ever felt naïve ?

Well let's say that everyone is born with this feeling. When you're young the adults around you comes and say and do thing to you that you don't understand. Have you ever felt like you don't understand why somebody do or say something to you ? I guess that everybody felt like that at some point in life. The question here is if you are feeling like that 98% of time in interaction with people or 2% of the time ? What about meeting new people, what's the percentage of feeling fuzzy, confused or anxiety ?

Felling confused, anxiety or fuzzy is the signal that you are caught in your perception, your thoughts that sound like questions: what he/she will say about me ?, what he/she think about me right now ?, Am I good enough for his standards ?, This interaction is going to end well ?, and so on. I bet you can get here with at least 5 question of your own, and I’m asking you to really think and write somewhere, maybe in your note book, your 5 question that goes on in your thinking when interacting with someone new or when you want to interact. Those question are in fact your perception, or say your naïve perception. What I am trying to say here is that you must acknowledge that you and your naïve perception are 2 different point of views.


Naive, The Worst Ally You Can Get

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  • ISBN: 9781370045280
  • Author: Ioan Dan Simen
  • Published: 2016-11-26 17:50:08
  • Words: 283
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