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June 06, 2022 17:00

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The human drive to invent new things has led to pathbreaking achievements in medicine, science and society. But  our desire for innovation can keep us from seeing one of the most powerful paths to progress: subtraction. Engineer Leidy Klotz says sometimes the best way forward involves removing, streamlining  and simplifying things.
If you like this show, be sure to check out our other work, including ourhttps://hiddenbrain.org/podcast/money-2-0-why-we-bust-our- budgets/" target="new"> recent episode about the psychological traps we fall into when it comes to money.
Also, check out our new podcast, My Unsung Hero ! And if you'd like to support our work, you can do so at support.hiddenbrain.org. Read more
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