I have said many times that knowledge is a good thing. Knowing for yourself is really the best way to gain all of the tangible and intangible benefits of a fulfilling life.
The value all all of one’s knowledge becomes less. The amount of wasted effort and spent resources is something a person may regret later. It becomes a mistake one wishes not to repeat. When a person acts on what they know, and they don’t get the results they want, and what they know to some degree is revealed to be not good enough. Since there was no follow-through, there is no opportunity to find and correct the errors in their knowledge. This is a dead end.
From this time forward, one is working with knowledge that is known to be flawed without knowing what the flaws are. This can dramatically reduce one’s confidence. This lack of confidence typically shows up as getting bored with things part way through and quitting. It is frustrating and confusing, and ultimately defeating.
This person does not really know why they lose the motivation, they just suddenly lose the impulse to continue. As a person stops following through, they soon get to the point that they can’t even muster the initiative to start anything anymore. Big or small, starting things and taking them to completion builds It’s certainty and puts wind back in one’s sails. It keeps that impulse alive that makes a person eager and excited to leap out of bed to take on the day.
The importance of this cannot be understated. Not following through on one’s decisions brings with it both short and long-term emotional harm.Personal development is our business and our life.
http://www.prosperyourmind.com http://blog.prosperyourmind.com In personal development we learn that “we all see and experience the world not as it is, but as we are”.