Ego keeps you from getting better.
Having a belief you already know everything prevents the ability to progress, learn, and seek constant improvement.
The reality is, nobody has all the answers.
Nobody is perfect or has completely mastered anything.
The moment you think you do, someone else is working to pass you while your standing still.
Sam Walton, the richest man in America at this point and the founder of Walmart, once was arrested for crawling on the floor and measuring the distance between isles of a Brazilian discount store to see if "They knew something he didn't".
Sam & Walmart didn't get to the top by thinking he was special or gifted or a genius.
He got there by simply practicing relentless improvement in his business.
He wasn't consumed by himself to pass up the opportunities to get dirty and learn wherever he could
"The answers are not within ourselves but within the humility to learn from others."
The rich and successful are the most humble.
They read the most, listen the most, study the most, and seek improvement the most.
Be the humbles one in the room, and you'll make it closer and closer to mastery.
Then you can give that borrowed knowledge back to those who come after you.
Credit and Inspiration: Tai Lopez's 67 Steps; Step 3 Sam Walton's Night in Brazilian Jail, Stealing From McDonald's, and Micheal Jordan's Humility.