People Need To Know The “Why”.

If remembering to communicate the “what” of your knowledge is challenging (as per the previous section), then the “why” doubles down on that challenge. We assume the “why” is inherently obvious, but it rarely is. People are smart, and the “what” alone isn’t enough for them. They need to know the “why.” If they don’t, they will fill in the blanks.

2016-04-21T10:17:18+00:00 April 21st, 2016|Categories: Tip of the Day|