A Misconception of Success: Success = Knowledge - Emmanuel Ale Life Info


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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

A Misconception of Success: Success = Knowledge

When it comes to the terms of success, one of the misconceptions that we as people tend to have about it comes in the form of where we try to equate it to knowledge on the terms of the fact that we tend to believe that the more successful a person is, especially if it's the case of where in which they've achieved success continuously or consistently without failing once, the more knowledge they get or in other terms, the people who are the most successful are the most knowledgeable. That isn't always true or always the case. Just because a person is very successful  at everything or has achieved success continuously and consistently in everything that do that doesn't mean that they are knowledgeable to talk to or HAVE the most knowledge and when it comes to failure, just because a person has failed constantly in things, that doesn't always mean that they aren't knowledgeable and don't have understanding of things. Believe it or not, there are people out there who have literally failed constantly in things but when you speak to them on a personal, honest, real and philosophical level they have more knowledge and understanding than people who have achieved the greatest amount of success or achieved success constantly. Don't judge a book by it's cover

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