Thinking you know is not knowing.
- Jun 15, 2020 11:43 am GMT
Thinking you know, and knowing you know is vastly different.
Thinking you know is not knowing. You think you know, but you are not confident enough to risk a big decision on your knowledge. You have to take a chance, and when you succeed, you know.
Lynn bid on a meter reader job that went to any available source. Any available source means that any employee in the company could bid on the job posting outside of our division. Lynn was a crew leader lineman in the company high line crew. He wanted to get out of that job. Lynn bid on the meter reading job and got it. So this meant Lynn lost his seniority in the division for a year.
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