Apr 21, 2023
In this episode, you will understand why knowledge isn’t always power. Andy explains the difference between knowing how to do something and being actually able to do something because the power only lies in how that knowledge is being applied or practiced to be able to benefit from the results.
Tune in now and be encouraged to build upon each success you reach as you execute and act on the information you have.
“Knowledge is only good if we can actually use it to some benefit, and for some purpose.”
“We have to go out and actually put these things into practice. Otherwise, it's anecdotal information.”
“Sometimes as consultants, we think that because we know something, therefore, we can go out and just teach it or we can go out and execute it. The execution part is a lot different than the knowing part.”
(00:00) Podcast Intro
(00:27) If You Need Help Creating A Set Of Values, You’re Welcome To Sign Up For A Complimentary Course At https://theconsultingplaybook.com/values
(01:19) knowing how to do something vs. being able to do something
(04:56) The importance of being able to put our knowledge into practice
(08:08) Putting our knowledge into practice
(11:04) Andy’s New Book The Trust Paradigm Is Available On Amazon And Other Book Retailers