“I Don’t Know. “
Beautiful in its simplicity. Concise in its meaning. Unambiguous. Powerful. Indicative of intellect and introspection. Underused.
How often are you in communication with someone and they use a word or phrase that you don’t know? All of the time. It happens to me on a daily basis. Let’s imagine that someone was talking to me at work about types of snow skies and I have never been snow skiing, have never read anything specifically about snow-skiing and have no prior interest or knowledge about snow skiing.
What would be the best (in terms of good outcomes for me) way to respond to the following question, “What do you think of the Armada TST?”
Option A: “Yeah, those are great.”
Option B: “I think that that green eggs and ham are awesome.”
Option C: ”I don’t know.”
Option A is ...