Delighted to share this. Thanks Neil Bearden for the post.

  •  Intellectual corruption seem to be rampant among those in ‘power’, even now!
  • Honesty is a rare commodity!
  • Huge compliment for Taleb, to be compared to Socrates.

As a Life/Executive Coach, we are trained ‘not to give answers’, though we may not say ‘I don’t know’ ???? It is a great tool to restrain from being prescriptive!

Don’t Trust Anyone Who Offers You the Answer – Neil Bearden – Harvard Business Review

PS: Neil was our professor at INSEAD Executive Edu Prog., ILPSIE

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