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When You Don’t Have The Answers

5 Ways to Avoid “I don’t know”

We are plummeted with questions on the daily. From co-workers, kids, and family members. There’s no end. Here are some ways to approach questions you don’t have the answers for . . . without ever having to say “I don’t know.”

1. Ask for clarification



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Julie Nyhus MSN, FNP-BC

Nurse practitioner, health/medical writer, wife, momma, amazing badass rocking 10 years without evidence of cancer! Twitter @joolzfnp