When being an “expert” is harmful

The worst is when you’re an “expert” because then you’re even less likely to challenge your assumptions. As an “expert” you’ve devised your own laws about what makes your market different from other markets, and what makes your company unique. Even with prior experience, this knowledge based largely on feeling, not fact.

When being an “expert” is harmful

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