I've been in the swing again, making outbound calls. In the last few days I've talked to two people that think they know everything I know and do everything I do. Many people, in my shoes, might ignore that and just tell you how they do something different or better than you. But, if you aren't going to admit that you don't know something or you are unwilling to admit you have a problem that I *might* be able to fix, I am not going to tell you anything. There are other people that want my help. Why should I spend my time convincing you that you need it, when they are asking me for it?
How much are you pretending to know? How much is that preventing you from actually learning new things?