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Know What you Know

Know What you Know

“An education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you do know and what you don’t.” Anatole France

 

This single idea has proved invaluable to me. It seems to me that if more individuals knew this and applied it to their lives, they would experience less stress and more clarity. Simply having certainty on what one knows and what one does not know is a singularly empowering viewpoint. The things that are known determine effectiveness and ability. Basing any action on this set of certainties assures results and viability. One has a choice with the areas that one knows that they do not know; one could take actions to know them or simply not participate in decisions or action which involve them, delegate and monitor results.

The biggest management disasters that I have seen came from executives and managers not knowing what they knew and what they do not.

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