Have just recently read, Ignorance – How it drives science by Stuart Firestein and for those coming from being a proactive learner will understand.
The pretext of the book is that ignorance of a subject is more valuable than the knowledge of the subject for the unknown drives exploration of wanting to know more.
And the more that you know, the more that becomes unknown
Or there is also Stuarts talk on TED to watch as well.
The interesting thing is to not ask someone what they know but what they’d like to know.
And in that vein, the thing that I am currently working on is this:
How do you make it inevitable for people to adopt the aspects of a succeeding mind?
In other words:
How do you make the succeeding mind the default?
Ignorance is not what it seems and when seen from the aspect of a field to discover, it changes the way you want to learn, because the interesting thing is:
What we know is less than what we don’t know
And it doesn’t matter how much we know, that will always stay the same.
If you are ignorant of a lot of things, don’t worry because everybody is