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Why Not Knowing (and Admitting it) is 100% OK

You know the scene: You’re in a meeting and everyone starts talking about something you’ve never heard of. Maybe they even ask you what you think of it. Instead of admitting that you have no idea what they’re talking about, you just nod along and smile until the conversation moves on to something you can contribute to.

By not admitting your gap in knowledge you may think you’re saving face, but in her article “Never Heard of It,” Lyza Danger Gardner reminds us that it may be holding you back.

Read the source article at The Daily Muse


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