As humans we are afraid of being wrong. We are even more afraid of being told we are wrong in front of others. Like I said before, I am 23 years old; so I am still pretty young. I am learning now how to welcome the idea of being wrong. Believe me it's tough. As someone who is just getting into their forever career, its rough being told that I am doing or saying something I shouldn't. At first I took a major offence to it. But as part of being self-aware as young adults we need to accept the fact that we are not always right, or the best. I remember getting a participation award just for being on the Soccer team growing up. We are taught at a young age that we are the best, now I know that no parent in their right mind would tell their child anything but that, but its simply not true. We as millinnals need to learn that there will always be someone who is better and someone who is not as good. Its the way the world works. We need that mix of talent to survive. But there is another extreme to this whole topic. When we use "I don't know" as a crutch to not welcome being corrected. You may do it and have just not had someone tell you that you do it. I was lucky enough to have someone who cared enough about my success and me as a person to tell me to get my head out of my ass... not in those words of course (in case you read this Steven). But he told me that I did in fact rely on my "I don't Know's". It clicked. He had called me out not only for being wrong but for doing something wrong as well. Talk about a kick to the nuts. But he was right. I really hate to say that. But it's true. I was to hung up on not being wrong that I was shielding myself from making mistakes so much so that I wasn't open to learning as well. It's okay to be wrong or to genuinely not know the answer. It's when you close yourself off from learning that you being to have a problem. It is a hard pill to swallow I know, but its a pill worth taking. I have high hope for us millinnals, we just need to work on a few things.