have an open mind

have/keep an open mind

to wait until you know all the facts before forming an opinion or making a judgement Mike might not be guilty - you should keep an open mind until after his case is heard in court. (often + about ) I like to keep an open mind about what happens to us after we die.
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That is, one who follows Randel's advice and has a ``willingness to have an open mind.
8220;Even if you have an open mind, sometimes you will need to ask more questions either to clarify or to share why you feel uncomfortable,” says Eder, the Time Management professional.
Those who are inclined to agree with her about this, or even to have an open mind on the question, probably will like her book.