Today we all have access to the same amount of information.
So a level playing field should be ensured.
But it seems like it isn't.
It seems like it's always the same people calling the shots.
It seems like it favors just a handful of people.
And it does...
It favors the people who act on the available information.
The people who do stuff.
Because the only way to turn all that information into something useful is to act on it.
To see what happens once you put that information into action.
To experience real world results.
To see things confirmed. Or rejected.
That's what makes all the difference.
To turn that information into real world results.
Everybody can do that.
But I guarantee you that almost no one does it.
Because it's scary.
Going from knowing to actually doing something is scary.
Because it might not work out.
And the information at hand could turn out to be wrong.
And you could fail.
But if you never act on anything, if you never do stuff, then all the information in the world is useless.
And you might never benefit from any of the changes going on in the world.
And instead you'd always be the one suffering from the changes going on in the world. Instead of benefiting from it...
Yes, it might not work out.
Yes, you might fail.
And yes, all of the information out there could be wrong.
But the good news is that the more often you do things, the more often you go from knowing to doing, the better you'll get at it. The better you'll get at navigating it.
It's like playing a game.
The more you do it, the better you'll get at it.
The more you act on that information, the better you'll get at navigating it.
Knowing without doing won't get you anywhere.
Only doing will...