No one was ever born knowing everything. Knowledge is constantly acquired through education and experience. A lot of what we know is what we were told. Other are stuff we asked about. Evidently we tend to ask more questions when we are younger and naive than when we get older and supposedly wiser. However, no one will ever die knowing everything so what can really differentiate one’s wealth of knowledge over another’s is actually simple: how many questions asked.
Most people don’t like to ask too many questions because they don’t want to look unsure. They are afraid that their questions may sound silly to others. They might even prefer to assume what the answer could be and be fine with that instead.
Others are using questions to make sure. To expand their knowledge. To confirm their assumptions. Of course, asking the right questions takes as much skill as giving the right answers so shouldn’t just ask a million questions to pretend you care but does it really worth losing all these opportunities you have to get more informed or learn something new.
Pick your style. Tip: you certainly don’t know everything!