Or at least half the world will say it is.
Except for ice cream; everyone loves that. (Even the lactose intolerant who can’t have it).
But I digress.
The fact is that all the things you believe are either a matter of opinion or a matter of fact. Opinions are at best a 50/50 proposition.
And if the arc of scientific development continues as it has over centuries, most of what you hold true today will eventually be disproven.
That puts your beliefs and even your ‘experience’ on paper thin foundations.
Even when we know we don’t know, we tend to kid ourselves. This piece on individual and pluralistic ignorance is a great read, and Shane Parrish concludes:
Information is coming to us with greater velocity and magnitude. “I don’t know” might be the most powerful admission you can make in the internet era.
I have a practical suggestion for you to challenge convention.
Why don’t you play a version of that old kid’s game and make today ‘Opposite Day’?
Start by taking a different route to work going through different opening procedures (even if you ‘know’ the usual way is the most efficient.) Approach customers differently. Build different displays. Put your popular products where you normally have your unpopular products.
Who knows, you may just discover a new truth which is the opposite of your old truth.