If you can’t describe it, you don’t know it well enough

A key to understanding how well you know a subject is how easily you’re able to explain it to others. As I shared last year in “ Explain it to me like I’m five “, being able to distill a complex subject down is a great skill to develop.

In the case of that post from last year, Oscar was very quickly able to come up with an analogy to share with Michael to help explain…

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I’m a cofounder of @GreenMellen, and I’m into WordPress, blogging and seo. Love my two girls, gadgets, Google Earth, and I try to run when I can.

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I’m a cofounder of @GreenMellen, and I’m into WordPress, blogging and seo. Love my two girls, gadgets, Google Earth, and I try to run when I can.

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