Being right all the time

A week or so ago I watched Rhea Butcher's talk from this year's XOXO. The whole thing is worth your time but the piece that prompted me to post here starts just past 30 minutes.

That is a perspective to aspire to. Something along these lines, by which I mean being humble and approaching differing views with openness, has been rattling around in my head for a while now. I've had "in an argument, being right and being wrong feels exactly the same" in a note on my phone for a couple years. This is a better articulation of that.