Are You The Smartest Person In The Room?

Being the smartest person in the room is likely to put you at a disadvantage. Too often, the smartest person tends not to ask others for advice. They think, "Why should I." So they rely on their own intellect, education and experience to solve problems, create, and evaluate.

However, by networking with others we increase our own intellectual firepower. Collaborating with others allows us to exponentially increase our effectiveness. Failing to engage a network – to bring a diversity of knowledge and opinions to the process puts you at a distinct disadvantage.

Here is Kevin Kelly on the mathematics of networking.

And, if you're really the smartest person in the room. Find a room with more people in it.

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