The Curse of Knowledge
Dec 9, 2021
Have you ever gotten frustrated when somebody doesn’t understand what you’re trying to explain? Or does something you think they shouldn’t have done (hey, parents of teens, I’m talking to you~)?
The curse of knowledge is when you think that others have the same understanding that you have. We forget what it’s like to NOT know what we already know. Realizing this helps us communicate more clearly and have more empathy for others…and ourselves.
This idea has popped up in my life in random areas and it’s a helpful concept to remember. Listen in for some real-life examples.
In future episodes, I’ll be featuring questions from listeners- other life owners like you. If you have a question, topic or situation you’d like for us to explore, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘podcast question’ in the subject line.
What You’ll Learn From This Episode: The Curse of Knowledge
- What the curse of knowledge is
- How it appears in my life and yours
- What you can do to help alleviate the curse of knowledge
- And you get a chance to guess the tunes I’m tapping…
Featured On The Show | The Curse of Knowledge
- ‘The Tapping Study’- Newton, E.L. (1990). The rocky road from actions to intentions. [Doctoral dissertation, Stanford University], retrieved from
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