Being unconsciously competent

Do you know how to drive? I imagine you do. However, if I asked you how often you check your rear view mirror when you are driving, would you have any idea how often you do that?

I was reminded of this question this week when talking to a past client who I had introduced to the idea of “unconscious competence” at a group strategy offsite nearly six years ago and who noted how the concept had stuck with him over…

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