When you’ve spend the majority of your life in a certain field, it’s not unreasonable to assume you know plenty about that topic. Even if you’ve dedicated only a year or two of intense study and interest, you might still classify yourself as an ‘expert’.
I feel like I know plenty about finance and investing, having worked in it my entire career so far and having had a keen interest in the field since my teenage days.
Often I’ll see new books released on the topics of investing and finance, articles in the news, or titles of other blog posts, and automatically think, “Yeah, I already know that stuff! Why waste my time reading more about it?”
Despite this, having launched Fully Franked Finance just over two months ago, I’ve already discovered so many new things I didn’t know that I didn’t know – all thanks to my fellow bloggers and readers.…