Knowledge is power.
That’s one of the biggest lies, myths, and misconceptions about success. At best, that statement is only halfway true because it’s only half of the statement.
Knowledge is power IF…you use it.
I’ve read about this concept in literally hundreds of personal and professional development books. I’ve listened to it in hundreds of audio programs. So, it’s not like this is some big secret or some new concept. But… a lot of people just don’t get it.
The gap between what you know and what you do is crucial to your success. Most people aren’t unsuccessful in life because they don’t know what to do. They are unsuccessful because they don’t DO what they know how to do.
What knowledge do you have
parked inside you that you could be using
to drive yourself to greater success?
1. What are 3 things you’ve learned that you could be doing a better job of using? How are you going to remedy this problem?
2. In your opinion, what can schools and youth programs do to help students make better use of what they learn?
3. What are the top 5 excuses that keep people from using their knowledge? How will avoid making these excuses?
4. What is something new you want to learn? Why do you want to learn it? How will you use your new knowledge?
5. Think of a successful person who maximizes his or her knowledge. What characteristics does he or she have that other people can use to become more successful? How will you use some of those characteristics?
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