Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld explains:

HT: @BobCarlton

Speaking of leadership, the latest “Authors on the Line” podcast, hosted by Tony Reinke, is a conversation with Albert Mohler about Christians leading in the secular world and his new book, The Conviction to Lead: 25 Principles for Leadership that Matters (currently 52% off at Amazon).

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4 thoughts on “Three Categories that Leaders Should Know”

  1. Wow! Hilarious! What about unknown, unknown, unknowns? Sounds like we pretty much don’t know anything. Maybe he is just being humble?

  2. Ben says:

    Um, 2005 just called. They want their joke back.

  3. Knowing that there are unknown unknowns should make us less confident in ourselves and more confident in the God who not only knows all things, but also determines what we know, what we need to know and what we don’t know.

  4. pduggie says:

    FWIW, it seems Rumsfeld’s view of the ultimate ‘unknowability’ of some things is what led him into supporting our iraq venture over opposition. I don’t KNOW that IRaq has no WMDs, so its ok.

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