Want to be Smarter? Learn to Say “I Don’t Know”
Zat Rana


Most people spend their entire lives attempting to reduce uncertainty.

The key isn’t to say “I don’t know.” That’s for chumps.

The key is to say things with confidence. Whatever I say, I say with absolute conviction that my followers can feel and trust.

In contrast, look at Crooked Hillary. Always parsed her sentences, ever so finely. She was obviously uncomfortable when telling lies. You could read it on her face with its tightening mouth and tense body language.

Me, I’m always sure of my facts. Even if they’re not quite right, they’re right enough for me. And that’s what really counts.

Which is why I’m the President of the United Status of America, and you’re “playing at the intersection of science and art.”

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