In this series of posts I’m exploring the difference between an expert and someone who is just regurgitating what they have heard or read in relation to those who train on all aspects of ‘change’.
In the first post I shared a story about Max Planck and his chauffeur to highlight the fact we have two kinds of knowledge. In the second post I talked more about this distinction and introduced the idea of the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something.
So know you’ve got the difference, how do you know it’s Planck standing in front of you, not his chauffeur? Here are my five tips for knowing it’s the expert not the chauffeur.