He’s easy to spot.

People don’t ask him for advice, yet he dispenses it freely.

He has an answer for everything, yet questions nothing.

He’s keen on the failings of others, yet fails at identifying his own.

Rather than ask what you think, he clues you in to what you should think.

He values his ideas more than those who inspired them.

And he closes more doors than he opens.

Don’t be this man.

There’s beauty in not knowing the answers, and there’s honor in seeking them out.

Admit your mistakes, learn from them, and be open to ideas that challenge you.

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