I Don’t Know

I Don’t Know

In a recent blog, Nic Askew talked about the limiting belief we sometimes hold when we say, I don’t know. If we believe that it is a failure to say I don’t know, then we miss the opportunity that that phrase offers. If we look at it from the opposite view, it means we desire to know and we are open to whatever is there to learn. The limiting belief may prevent us from being open to a new idea.


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