He’s found the fear of being exposed as a fraud simply by saying “I don’t know” and allowing for that conversation to occur, is very real.
It’s Safe to Say, I Don’t Know
Jared M. Spool

I just wrote about this and have found that the more experienced I am, the easier it is to have that confidence to say that. The fun part of what we do is the “finding out” part. https://medium.com/@let5ch/i-dont-know-3f6bf8ba2e51#.rcyxbbe9y

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