Have you ever had someone share with you something new they learned and your response was, “I knew that.” Their new discovery was not new to you.
On some level, you made an assessment. You may have thought that what they discovered was exactly what you had experienced and discovered for yourself.
Yet, have you stopped to ask yourself what is it that you know?
The next time you find yourself saying these three words, “I knew that” consider this: You may know something, but may not have implemented that knowing.
You know how to delegate, but do you do it?
You know ways to market your business, but do you market consistently?
You know how to hire, but are you plagued with a revolving door?
When producing outcomes, does knowing really matter?
Consider that although you “may know that” you have just scratched the surface. The bridge between knowing and outcomes is discovered in your blind spot.
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