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Knowledge is transferable. We can teach others what we know and expect them to follow suit. But there a couple problems in relaying information.

  1. We don’t reveal everything. Selfishly, we want to remain the go-to expert so we withhold important informstion.
  2. It’s hard to teach experience. There are too many subtle issues, actions, and reactions that happen along the way that can only be remembered if and when they happen again.

Sharing information is a two-way system between teacher and pupil. Both parties have a stake in seeing the other succeed. The incumbent wants to leave a legacy behind. The student wants to build their own path.

Share what you know. Do you as do. Push and pull. Dig deeper.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.