Knowledge ≠ Effort

Information addiction is real. 

The problem is, we confuse knowledge with effort.  When we want to write a book, we google "how to write a book" to see ten different articles with pretty good info.  

But it's never enough.

We go to amazon.com and get the book with the most reviews on "How to write a book."

On and on we go.

Knowledge is great, but only when used.

Put real effort towards the things that matter now.  If you wait until you know everything, you'll never start.

Here's the thing: the rate at which we learn is incredibly higher when we combine knowledge AND effort.  It's the effort that moves us forward, and the knowledge acts as a multiplier.  

Learn as you go.