Information is good but action is better.
"Knowledge is power". The more you know, blah, blah.
It is all true.
AND also, there comes a point when the acquisition of knowledge or the consumption of information leads to indecision.
How do you know if you know enough already?
How much is enough?
There will always be more you can learn.
Mastery is a pursuit, not a destination.
High achievers have a tendency to pursue knowledge at the expense of taking action. This happens for many reasons, but primarily it comes down to fear.
We think that more knowledge will increase the probability of making the "right" decision.
This may be true, but there is a tipping point after which taking action outweighs additional knowledge.
The leap of faith (in yourself) is the hard part.
Knowledge is easy. You can always Google it.
Ask yourself if you have stagnated because you are pursuing knowledge and not taking action. Knowledge is good, but action is better.
What are three actions you can do this week to propel yourself in the right direction?
Find an accountability partner and get to work!