You go to school. You’re presented with a whole host of topics that you know little to nothing about. Then, over the course of about twelve years, teachers repeatedly shove information down your throat, evaluating you based on your ability to regurgitate that information. Twelve years later, you know things. At least, you think you know the things that you were told.
You’re taught that you can overcome just about any problem through this process of knowing.
And you were lied to.
In this four-part series, my goal is to help you undo some of this conditioning and start a practice of not knowing — but, first, I want to share a story that will help illustrate the value of not knowing.
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