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Knowledge Must Be Applied to Become Power

Why do you read and what do you do with the knowledge you find there?

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What do you do with the things you read? Simply trust them to your brain, plug them away in some elaborate note-taking system? Do a quick sketch of the lessons you’ve learned?




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Gregory D. Welch

Gregory D. Welch

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