Rethink Speech aims to help you replace our society’s harmful false beliefs about speech with reliable knowledge.
Sounds like a noble calling – but is it something *I* want to spend my time on?
Maybe this page will help you decide if Rethink Speech is a good fit for you.
Will I like Rethink Speech?
Rethink Speech is entertaining but conceptually challenging. That means it asks you to recognise that things you have thought of as truisms (facts so obvious they don’t even need to be stated) are actually questionable – and in some cases plain wrong.
If you are the kind of person who doesn’t like to be wrong, or finds it ‘negative’ to dwell on errors, mistakes and false beliefs, you might find Rethink Speech frustrating or annoying.
If you are the kind of person who likes questioning your own beliefs, exploring contradictions, resolving paradoxes – and ultimately reaching deeper levels of truth – you will likely enjoy Rethink Speech a lot.
In fact, if you seek answers at a deeper level to the problems that face us all as individuals and as a society, you will find many things in Rethink Speech to motivate and inspire you.
That’s because Rethink Speech uses the challenges and insights we gain from delving into the nature of speech to explore the nature of thinking, and especially the ways we think about ourselves.
Have I got time for Rethink Speech?
You don’t need to spend big blocks of time on Rethink Speech. You can binge if you want to, but generally, rethinking benefits more from short periods of engaged attention over an extended period.
The key modules are set up so you can (optionally of course) get an email each morning giving you a 15 minute demo with something interesting to observe and explore. After a few weeks of 15-minuteses, you’ll find you have developed some useful insights in an effortless way. Needless to say you can unsubscribe at any time. Best of all, it’s free!
The best advice?
Give it a go. You have nothing to lose but a few false beliefs.
Hope to see you on the inside!