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Discussion on: [Keynote] One Rule to Rule Them All: Learning in Public

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Shruti Santosh

Sharing your knowledge is an important thing, but I wish I was confident about my knowledge :(

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Christina

Everyone has a unique perspective and the things you know and can explain will likely resonate with someone. It's ok if it doesn't resonate with everyone but sharing what you have learned WILL help someone and as a bonus it helps you understand more clearly the things you learn.

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Gift Egwuenu✨ Author

I agree Christina! 🔥

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Shruti Santosh

Wow, never thought like that. I was probably bothered by how I will be judged. But there is always more than that...

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Gift Egwuenu✨ Author

You can start small. If you feel more comfortable sharing in a smaller group, like a work slack group, or group with friends. Then share on more public platforms after you feel more comfortable.

The good part of learning in public, is you can get help from others more knowledgable on the topic and i think that's a plus.

Try it and i hope you feel confident enough to share.

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Shruti Santosh

Thank you so much, will try this for sure!