I am not afraid of the things I know I don't know.
I used to be.
Sometimes it even made me resist taking decisions.
I used to spent endless time researching to find out as much as possible about what I knew I don't know. So much that my decisions/actions were sometimes too late.
Things changed when I understood a few things:
↪What we know we don't know becomes a risk that we can manage;
↪The real worrisome risks are the things we don't know we don't know;
↪if we want to research we should hence be more preocupied about identifying thinks we didn't know we don't know;
↪for others it helps to surround ourselves with people that have the appropriate knowledge.
↪The quality of a decision is not given by the quantity of info analysed; it comes from the way the info available is analysed.
What's your approach and your experience?