Expert of All Trades
A society in which everyone is expected to be an expert is not the best kind of society.
This is because we are not all the same.
Everyone has different interests, different talents, and different ways of thinking.
Everyone can't know everything.
Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses, and that it is impossible to become an expert in everything.
Plus, experts are not always right, and experts are not always interested in your problems.
On the other hand, good questions are always worth asking, and knowing what to ask is very important.
However, knowing "how to ask good questions" is difficult to learn since we have to be knowledgeable about the topic to ask good questions.
In general, those who know how to ask good questions (most likely) have a high level of expertise about the subject matter. Not to mention, they have the confidence to speak out and are more interested in learning than being right or being accepted by others.
Good questions make the difference between success and failure. It is impossible to get where you want without asking good questions.
Plus, a good question is an intelligent question that is worth answering. It is clear what you need to do, and it will help you reach the objective faster than other questions.
Therefore, in the end, knowing how to ask good questions is far more important than knowing "everything," and this skill will always be valuable.