Acknowledge and accept ambiguity

There are some questions in life — some temporary, some permanent — to which we just can’t know the answers. Weak people try to answer these questions definitively, while strong people admit that they don’t know the answers. Faced with ambiguity, sometimes the smartest thing you can say is, “I don’t know.”

When you acknowledge and accept ambiguity in your life, you create a more accurate mental map of reality; this, in turn, allows you to think more accurate thoughts and make more accurate decisions.