Know Unknowns





So somewhere I am going to write a blog about this card. It bothers me, it makes me think. It is sitting on a table at breakfast and belongs to Andrew Waller.

Round the table are known knowns, everyone knows who people are. There are known unknowns, who has worked with who? Who has experience dealing with Middle Eastern Property groups, who has a recording studio near Kings Cross?

What I'd love is no more unknowns. There are so many good people in my network (or tribe as I prefer) the most obvious connections are never the best. The connections of something obscure and specific are the strongest. These also take time because it depends on people putting in the effort; rather than processing.

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