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“Being smart is not always knowing the answers, but knowing where to find them.”

Once when applying for a job, I asked why I was replacing someone. I was told this person was intelligent, but had no desire to become smarter. I looked puzzled. He further explained, “If you don’t know the answer, you don’t just say you don’t know. You say you don’t know, but you’ll find out. Being smart is not always knowing the answers, but knowing where to find them. If you care about your job, you’ll know where to find them.”

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