Opinion | How a confused mind can lead to personal growth and more productivity
Confusion augments learning if it is properly induced and effectively regulated
I have met several people who are confused about what they want to do with their lives but I am yet to meet someone who feels happy about it. Confusion is, essentially, grappling with uncertain, ambiguous situations, where there is a dissonance between expectation and reality. Confusion occurs because our prior experiences—academic, professional and social—leave us unprepared to deal with new situations that are bound to come up often.