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The Expert’s Dilemma.

photo-1433170854238-8828efbab416The half-life of our knowledge used to be 25-30 years and is now down to 5 years and other things become relevant to support a great reputation.

This means that the foremost expert can come to a standstill and be stuck with yesterday’s answers and people with the fewest formal credentials can take the lead and be the most irreplaceable.

There is so much information out there so one crucial question is if anyone with trustworthiness can call themselves experts today.

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