Rise of the Innerpreneur

I Just Don’t Know

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Does it make me less professional or less able if I don’t have THE answers?

Is it so bad to “not know”?

I know experts want to be seen as right — but I just want to see everything.

I’m curious.

I want to think beyond the answers spoon fed to me by others.

I want to think beyond their attempts to assert their “knowing.”

I want to see that there is never the right answer, only the answer that works best for me.

By “not knowing” I get to live in questioning.

In questioning I get to dig deep and uncover how and why I limit myself with “must be done’s”.

In my “not knowing” I get to move past my assertions of “THE answer” and move towards finding my true solutions.

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About Tara Joyce

Some chick from Canada trying to live a meaningful, joyful life.