Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Bill Riske Houston, Texas, USA

Posted: 2020-01-22


SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE, PERSONAL EXPERIENCES OR OBSERVATIONS

The Fourth Step toward Riches

THERE are two kinds of knowledge. One is general, the other is specialized. General knowledge.

Unfortunately the great universities teach only aggregate, practically every form of general knowledge known to civilization. 

They specialize on teaching knowledge, but they do not specialize on the organization, or the use of knowledge.

KNOWLEDGE will not attract money, unless it is organized, and intelligently directed, through practical PLANS OF ACTION, to the DEFINITE END of accumulation of money. 

Lack of understanding of this fact has been the source of confusion to millions of people who falsely believe that “knowledge is power.” It is nothing of the sort! 
Knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when, and if, it is organized into definite plans of action, and directed to a definite end.

College students are not thaught HOW TO ORGANIZE AND USE KNOWLEDGE AFTER THEY ACQUIRE IT.

When our son gratuated from high school he decided on attending a specialized trade school. He enrolled in a mechanics course and learned all about vehicles motors,transmissions and all the major parts of a vehichle.

After finishing the trade school and went to work in a transmission shop rebuilding transmissions. Several years he was promoted to service writer and office manager. 

Continuing the education and training he daily talks with people all over the world about their transmission problems and how to solve them.

I want to thank Linda and Michael Dlouhy for providing this awesome platform MFF Master Mind Group. We learn from each other every day how to be better marketers and also to be better persons.

Thanks to my Friend, Sponsor and mentor Bob Shoaf who is constantly guiding and mentoring me on easier and better ways to market.

Thanik you to the people that download my eBook and allow me to assist and mentor them to become better marketers.

Bill Riske