October 3, 2018

Add the yet


What happens when you don’t know?

Maybe you don’t know a particular fact, of how to do something, or if something is possible, or what steps you’d use to find out. Maybe the only thing you do know is that you don’t know and that you don’t know what you don’t know about a thing. Maybe you’re turning yourself inside out with all the not knowing.

Not knowing is debilitating and can limit your ambition. That thing you coulda-woulda-shoulda done … you can’t.

So, what happens when you don’t know?

Do you say, I don’t know?, or do you say, I don’t know yet?

That little yet word is the difference between stopping and starting the journey, between being limited and intrigued, between ignorance and the quest for knowledge. And it’s the first step on the road to knowing.

Don’t let a little not knowing stop you.

Skippy strategy: Always add the “yet”.