Buggered if I know.....
If it were that easy, I'd be running the RD driver academy instead of watching it die. Knowing what to do isn't the same as communicating it in an interesting, coherent and easily understood manner.
So yeah, the ability to properly pass on knowledge is just as important as the knowledge itself.
Fair point. I just think you're vastly under-estimating your own abilities in this particular field.
Besides, someone said something along these lines:
Avoiding things you're not very good at isn't much of a way to improve. You learn by doing.
Probably not very good advice though.