Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2016-03-28

Chapter 5 - Specialized Knowledge

 

Hill points out to us that many people mistakenly believe

“knowledge is power.”  How is knowledge power?  How does

knowledge provide us with power?  The only power we have

when we have knowledge is the imagined power it gives us in our mind

thinking we have power because we have knowledge about some

things. 

 

If we don’t do anything with the knowledge we acquire the

power of that knowledge is lost.  It is information in our head

just sitting there  serving no purpose other than making us

Think we are “smart.” 

 

But if we use that knowledge in bettering any area of our lives we

then make that knowledge powerful. 

 

I can read all kinds of books about gardening, for instance, and have

Ideas on what I want to plant, how I want to plant,  which

plants I want to put where, but if I never take thet steps to actually

get the seeds and begin to put them into the ground, that knowledge

I acquired is of no real benefit to me.  It is just information.

 

As Hill tells us “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.”

 

We gain a lot of knowledge by participating in the Mentoring for Free System. 

Do we make use of this knowledge and direct it to a definite end or is it just

information filled in our mind with no useful purpose?

Tuula Rands