START WITH WHY 1: ASSUME YOU KNOW

Chapter 1: Assume you know

People make a lot of assumptions based on what they think they know, what they know is oftentimes incomplete information. Not so long ago, people thought that the world was flat and because of that exploration was limited, people feared that if they traveled too far they might fall off the edge. But when the assumption was proven wrong, people began to travel far and wide

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, trade routes were established and knowledge was shared between societies. This brought massive development to the human race as a whole.

Do we actually know why we succeed and also why we sometimes don’t? or we are just assuming based on incomplete information that is at our disposal?

If we are to ensure that all our decisions will yield the best results, we need more information and data. We need to read books, listen to podcasts, and also ask friends and colleagues to learn more. Assumptions even when based on sound research can lead us astray.

When we are faced with a result that does not go according to plan, most times we consider a series of perfectly effective short-term tactics which we use till the desired outcome is achieved, but how structurally sound are these solutions?

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