5 days ago
Chase Harris ( @chase.harris.performance )
You don’t need to know every answer. ————————————————————————
Too often professionals, in all realms, fee then need to know every answer. Or, worse yet, give an answer to every question without knowing all the details. It’s ok, and normal, to not know everything and to communicate that. It’s not ok, however, to use it as an excuse to be lazy. Every answer you don’t know is an opportunity to better yourself and your knowledge as well as gain respect from the person asking you. ————————————————————————
Stole this screenshot from my brother’s, @dr_ryan.crandall, Instagram story a week or so ago. This, I believe, is a sign of a true professional, a life long learner, and someone who truly cares about people’s well-being. If you’re in the area of @_az_aw_ Make sure you swing by and check him out!