Illusion of knowledge
Knowledge is a very funny commodity because having it makes you feel like you have the change that it can bring. The reality however is that until you apply that knowledge consistently, it produces absolutely nothing for you.
We sometimes get drunk after we have gorged on knowledge and we dispense it with such authority, yet have little results to show for it.
Have you found yourself learning a lot about finances and feeling really good that you got to know how to save, invest and attract extra income?
How much of that have you applied consistently? Maybe you did something for the first month but now you are back to your default way of managing money. However, you still feel good about your knowledge and will share it proudly with anyone who cares to listen.
Don’t live in an illusion, go beyond knowledge to establish the change that knowledge can bring.