Podcast: When what you know just ain't so

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 Ptolemy's geocentric universal model was accepted for centuries before Copernicus instead put the sun at the center of the universe...which, of course, was also woefully incorrect.

Ptolemy's geocentric universal model was accepted for centuries before Copernicus instead put the sun at the center of the universe...which, of course, was also woefully incorrect.

"It ain't what you know that gets you into trouble; it's what you know that just ain't so." Though it's been credited to Mark Twain, Will Rogers, Yogi Berra and probably countless others, nobody seems to know who actually originated that saying. Nevertheless, it certainly doesn't make it any less true: If we don't evolve and learn with our changing world, we will one day find that many of the things we know to be true at this point in time...are no longer true in the future. In this week's Modern Farm Business® podcast, Dean suggests ways to challenge our established notions and beliefs in order to grow as leaders.