I read a sentence from “Principles.” Dalio, Ray.

Whatever success I’ve had in life has had more to do with my knowing how to deal with my not knowing than anything I know.

It's a complicated structured sentence,
Does it mean that 'My success comes more from my knowing how to deal with my not knowing'


Yes, it means his success owes more to him knowing how to deal with his ignorance (that is, his "not knowing") than to his knowledge of everything else.

A "has more to do" with B than C if A is more relevant to the issue in question (that is B here) than C.

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