Why Knowledge Alone Is Not Power
Having knowledge indicates being aware or familiar of a subject through experience or education. The old statement that you are familiar with says knowledge equals power. However, that statement is not complete. It’s becoming clear that knowledge alone is not power. Action adds to the equation and now makes the statement complete.
How many times do you play the should’ve, could’ve, would’ve game? This game is played because you have the knowledge or you are aware of specific information but you do absolutely nothing with the information. This game is played throughout your lifetime in many situations. It is definitely played in one of the most significant areas in your life. You play it constantly when it comes to handling your finances. Do any of these statements ring a bell:
If the above statements do not ring a bell. Maybe you are someone struggling with your current financial situation. Every month ends with one of the following results:
So starting today, there are no more excuses about a negative financial situation and no more saying should’ve, could’ve, would’ve. Use your knowledge, take action and become a powerhouse in your finances.
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