“I Am The Wisest Man In The World Because I Know That I Know Nothing”

The trouble with being an expert  is that we become hell bent on proving how right our expert opinion is.

And the trouble with having a mighty big fixed opinion is that it becomes impossible to hear a different point of view.

Experts are good at clinging to a world that no longer exists. It’s called blind faith for a reason. Much courage is needed to let go of an opinion that you know is no longer valid – it’s called humility and it’s the foundation of beautiful relationships.

So if you disagree with some of this stuff, that’s OK, as I ‘ll probably change my tune later when something better comes along…

Every now and then, interrogate your opinions about people and reality like your life depended on it.

Paul Fox

Paul Fox has been active as a Construction Industry Performance Coach for the last 20 years and remains at the forefront of Collaborative Working and High Performance Team Behaviours. He disrupts the status quo of individuals, project and senior teams who want exponentially more output with much less struggle.

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