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I don’t know what I don’t know

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The process of solving a problem as complex as rethinking the grocery supply chain is that I can only use  the knowledge I have. My field of vision is infinitely more narrow than it should be. I have ideas, I have questions. I am a naturally curious (some would say nosey) person. I feel like running off and acting on everything before I’ve gathered enough information to make it viable.  There are rabbit holes that I can race down and then realize I need to back out (that gets dirt all over me).

My weekly meeting with my Support Team put me back on the right track again today. One of my group reminded me, “you don’t have to have the answers yet.” This is something I would tell my students, but it’s easier to know in theory than to live sometimes. I don’t know what I don’t know. I am blind — for now.

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