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I just came across a short but sweet blog post by Seth Godin.  It is linked just below.

His words ring so true when it comes to what we know vs what we don’t know and how we choose to go about changing those two categories in our lives.

I’ve heard it said many times, “I’d prefer not to know.”  This usually pertains to some sort of food or “medicine” that someone claims works for them.  The classic n=1 dream that they don’t want disturbed.  Other times it is because they are deep-rooted in a belief that they cannot tolerate losing.

If you’re reading this I hope you will take a minute or two to evaluate the things that you know and that you don’t.  Most likely there are some answers (or at least more questions) to help you learn something more about what you know or something completely new!


oh yeah…that link: