K is for Know-it-all

Being knowledgeable is good, being a know-it-all is NOT. A know-it-all can grate on people’s nerves. As a result, you may lose potential opportunities and hurt your reputation.

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KNOW-IT-ALL ALERT

Share what you know but there’s a time and place for it.

Know when to let others share their know-how.

And when you don’t-know something, ask questions.

BE POSITIVE. BE CURIOUS.

Be curious about other people’s opinions and genuinely interested in their perspectives. Curiosity deepens your knowledge.

Be open to learning. There’s always so much more to discover. Be a student of life.

Remember: it’s what we learn after we know-it-all that counts!

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