Post Written By Eugene Morgan
Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
When we’re constantly learning but not applying what we’ve learned then we know we’re procrastinating. If we intent to apply the knowledge we’ve learned, nothing will ever get done. We will never have clarity until we start doing. Knowing and applying works together not apart. When we apply to what we learn, we will have a better understanding of the knowledge. The actual experiment is in the doing because we can see what works and what doesn’t work. We get quick result when we do. Knowledge give us some instructions as to how to set up things and then by setting up things reinforces the knowledge we’ve learned.