#353: Critical Thinking Skills Required

Some things might seem like a good idea...

If you haven't noticed lately, the things we read, watch, and listen to can all be called into question.

In this day and age, there’s always more than meets the eye.

It's increasingly difficult to take things at face value and more often than not, it's probably a good idea to dig just a little deeper to figure out what you're dealing with.

On the flip side, there can be enough momentum behind a commonly-held belief that some people just take things for gospel.

So if you find your questioning popular narratives and wondering if the latest buzzworthy idea really holds water, Good on Paper is the podcast to tune into.

Hosted by the sharp and insightful Jerusalem Demsas, this show dives headfirst into deconstructing widely held beliefs and examines them under the microscope of facts and research.

A little bit of empirical evidence and clear-eyed research can go a long way into understanding what’s at play with any given issue or phenomenon.

A great example, and the subject of Good on Paper’s first episode, is remote work. Everyone’s got their take on it but what are the real effects of the labor shift many of us are participating in?

Good on Paper isn’t just about debunking myths; it's about fostering a culture of critical thinking and curiosity. This podcast is a must-listen for anyone tired of the echo chambers of social media and eager to dig into the real stories behind the headlines.

Don't be surprised if you find yourself waiting eagerly for the next episode to drop.

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