On knowing it all

Subject: On knowing it all
From: "Peggy Richardson of mer-it.com" <techwrl -at- mer-it -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 21 Dec 2001 14:13:19 -0800

"Ellen Vanrenen" wrote...
> When I read all your postings, I am always concerned with how very much I have to learn. How do you all do and learn it all?

and at 10:24 AM 12/21/01 -0800, Andrew Plato wrote:

You don't. You learn how to "connect the dots" and make sense out of
chaos. You'll never know "it all." So you learn some core fundamentals and
then piece them together.

If we knew it all, why would we need this list? Besides, you can't know all of something that changes as fast as (a business even remotely related to) technology.

Don't freak out. Just do the best you can. It's usually much better than you think.
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- Nigella Lawson

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