As creatives, we spend a lot of time (and resources) on personal, career and business learnings.
We acquire knowledge from courses, research etc. We learn a lot, but sometimes fail to spend enough time on execution, to put to use, what we learn.
The vast amount of information that is freely available on internet, coupled with a constant feeling of the NEED to keep learning, may bring untoward effects.
When we set out to learn, the objective, in most cases is for improvement or growth in one form or the other.
However, if we consistently fail to plan in, time (and resources) to take action, we may end up with information overload, overwhelm, fatigue and sometimes lack of direction.
A gentle reminder therefore…
It’s not what you know, but what you do with it.
Set aside time today, to practise what you learn, to practise what you know. Only then, can you begin, to see the results, the growth, the development, that you seek. Be it, in your personal life or business.
Go on! Book in time, to regularly take action on your learning and be sure to follow through.