Understanding Misunderstandings

Misunderstandings are all around us, and no one enjoys being misunderstood.

They take place at the national level — daily. In the United States, a large minority of the country believes the presidential election was stolen from them, and another large minority can’t believe anyone would think that.

And, misunderstandings are happening more and more with so many of our interactions…

--

--

--

Helping to give startups the power to create and grow their business wherever they are as CEO of GAN: @GANconnect

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Checkmate: What a Game of Chess Can Reveal About the Pandemic | Op-Ed

Did you know that when expressing feelings or attitudes words only represent 7% of the message?

How to go from Good to Great UX

The History of Conspiracy Theories: How Much Do You Really Know About Them?

How to Rebalance Your Brain in 3 Easy Steps

Perception is Subjective Because Perception is a Selective Process

Perception is Subjective Because Perception is a Selective Process

The Power of Names

Choosing baby names: Can your name change your destiny?

The Behavioral aspect of investing

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Patrick Riley

Patrick Riley

Helping to give startups the power to create and grow their business wherever they are as CEO of GAN: @GANconnect

More from Medium

How mazes took over my life — Part 2

Folksonomy and AO3

person in a mustard colored sweater typing into a silver laptop on a wooden table.

Confusions

The Journey of the Member of the Month #JuneinWSE