Let’s face it, confusion can be really confusing. Like so confusing it does your head in. Or maybe it doesn’t. I’m not sure. Because my experience of confusion might be different to yours and I’m pretty confused about whether or not it’s really that confusing or just mildly so.
Confused by the above? I don’t blame you. It’s a bit confusing.
So today I’ve been mulling over the concept of, you guessed it, confusion and an idea came to me: what if confusion was a gift? What if it was valuable part of how we process information and make decisions.
No one likes feeling confused or unsure: it can be so distressing to remain in a state of limbo. But what if it was important and how might the confused state actually serve us?
I would love to hear your thoughts on this as I work on my next post for tomorrow. The Confusion Illusion.. do you think confusion is valuable and if so how?