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The world is changing fast. Holding on to the ideas of yesterday can prevent you from achieving success tomorrow.
Be willing to step away from the old assumptions into a place of not knowing. This will leave room to acquire new knowledge to move to a place you truly want to go.
If all you do is conform, that is all you have to offer.
To set yourself apart, be willing to walk your own path and do what you expect of yourself versus what others expect of you.
“It ain’t what you know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.”
The most useful learning isn’t usually a strict addition of new knowledge, but first unlearning something false or unhelpful.
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People try desperately to hang on to antiquated ways of doing business because of a false sense of security. They believe that they can maintain their old ideas indefinitely, even if all evidence shows the contrary.
Questioning everything could help you to spot problems and create a culture of understanding and action.
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