A few years ago I wrote a post titled “Teach me something I don’t know.”
It was about the question that Google Founder Sergiy Brin apparently asks interviewees. Put on the spot, interviewees
“…think for a minute, and then their eyes just light up. And they tell you about something they’re passionate about.”
It turns out that many people, every day, go to google and search on that very topic: “Teach me something that I don’t know.”
Because I get hits to my post from search every day of the year.
Isn’t that magical? IRL or online, all around us, people are seeking. Whether it’s through a search bar, or a webinar, or a question on a social network, or a raised hand in the team meeting, keep seeking more knowledge; keep asking others to teach you.
This is how we disorganize. We learn, grow, see and manifest breakthroughs.
Teach me something I don’t know.
This Much We Know.