We all use labels because that’s the base of all languages – complex concepts, descriptions, procedures all contained in a smaller form. Imagine if you had to describe a house every time you wanted to talk about houses. Exhausting. And you’d get dumber. So we create labels for things.

But as we talked about in the Assuming podcast, the use of certain labels (in that case assuming) was a very powerful tool when used against you.

This time we are talking about all labels, but I’m using two as some very prevalent examples. If you use one of these labels, it doesn’t mean you are wrong, or using them incorrectly. I’m just citing these as very popular examples.

Listen now and get smarter, or risk getting dumber, by using labels…