September 21, 2021 Renny Doyle

Knowledge is Not Power. Applied Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Not Power. Applied Knowledge is Power

We hear this all the time, “Knowledge is Power”. The more educated you are, the more you understand, the more you know, the more valuable you are. These days, we feed our minds in so many different ways…

  • Books
  • College
  • Graduate School
  • Trade School
  • Specialized Trainings

The list goes on and on. The world seems to prioritize the act of acquiring information while diminishing the importance of its application.

But the truth is, “Applied knowledge is power”.

Your ability to apply the knowledge you gained to make an impact in your life and on those around you is the real power, and that leads to further knowledge through experience.

Experience comes from doing, which may actually be the single most important source of knowledge. It’s what you do, what you fail at, and what you succeed at. These lessons are the knowledge that bring you power.

Knowledge is the most powerful when it is consistently applied, and that consistency, the consistency of doing and applying your knowledge is the most important component of success.