It’s OK to Say ‘I Don’t Know’

We don’t need to know everything. It’s OK that we don’t know everything. It’s not OK to make up a half-baked answer any time you are asked a question — especially when you are reporting to decision makers who you think know less than you about a topic. That’s careless and dangerous.

A person who pretends to have the answer to every question stifles conversation and innovation.

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