Have you ever worked with or been around a “know-it-all?”
I believe we all have at one time or another.
As a leader of an organization within a corporation, I often inherited know-it-alls who were completely set in their ways, be they good ways or not so good ways.
They may be part of your organization or company, or they may even be customers.
As leaders, you will come across two types of people in your career.
-> Those who seek to know more, become more, and contribute more,
-> Those who already know more than anyone about anything and often, everything.
Sol says… “Do you see a person wise in their own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for them.” ~ Proverbs 26:12
When building and leading your respective organizations, be sure to look for those…
-> hungry to learn,
-> who fit your organization’s culture, especially when that culture emphasizes lifelong learning,
-> who have similar purpose as that of your organization,
rather than someone with experience and appears to know-it-all.
Make it a great day and keep being awesome.
Brian Kennedy is an encourager who shepherds small business owners and entrepreneurs along the path of business success to preeminence by embracing time tested principles and executing the associated fundamentals daily.