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Technical point here, but before you use this word to describe your own transition — you will be sorely tempted — just remember what evolution implies: viz., that you die and it is your successor who, by happy accident, benefits by not repeating your mistakes.

Still keen on evolving? Or would you rather just change?

Or learn?

“Our thinking evolved”

No, it didn’t. You changed your mind.

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