What is specialized knowledge, personal experience or Observation?

This topic is Amazing for everyone because they want all the things as they wish. So today I will show you that specialized knowledge, personal experience, and observation that what is the difference of this thing.

The fourth step toward Riches.

There are two kinds of knowledge one is general, the other is specialized. 
General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity or variety it may be, is of but little use in the accumulation of money. 

The faculties of the great universities possess,  In the aggregate, practically every form of general knowledge known to civilization.

Most of the professors have but little or no money. They specialize in teaching knowledge, but they do not specialize in the organization or the use of knowledge.

KNOWLEDGE will not attract money unless it is organized and intelligently directed, through practical PLAN OF ACTION, to the DEFINITE END of accumulation of money. 

Lack of understanding of this fact has been the source of confusion to millions of people who falsely believe that "knowledge is power" It is nothing of the sort! Knowledge is only potential power.

It becomes power only when, and if, it is organized into definite plans of action, and direct to a definite end.


      "particularly sought after by employing companies are
        candidates who have specialized in some field- business-
        school graduates with training in accounting and statistics,
        engineer of all varieties, journalists, architects, chemists, and
        also outstanding leaders and activity men of the senior class.

       "The man who has been active on the campus, whose personality such that he gets along with all kinds of people and who has done an adequate job with his studies has a most decided edge over the strictly academic students. 
Some of these because of their all-around qualification, has received several offers of position, a few of them as many as six.

"In departing from the conception that the 'straight' A; the student was invariably the one to get the choice of the better job, Mr. Moore said that most companies look not only to academic records but to activity records and personalities of the students.

"One of the largest industrial companies, the leader in its field, in writing to Mr. Moore concerning prospective senior at the college said: 

"We are interested primarily in finding men who can make exceptional progress, in management work.
For this reason, we emphasize qualities of character, intelligence, and personality far more than specific educational backgrounds.'


First of all, decide the sort of specialized knowledge you require and the purpose for which it is needed.

To a large extent your major purpose in life, the goals toward which you are working, will help determine what knowledge you need.

With this question settled, your next move require that you have accurate information concerning dependable source of knowledge the more important of these are:

(a). One's own experience and education.

(b). Experience and education available through other(master Mind Alliance).

(c). College and universities.

(d). Public Libraries (through books and periodicals in which may be found all the knowledge organized by civilization).

(e). Special training courses (through night schools and home study schools in particular)

As knowledge is acquired it must be organized and put into use for a definite purpose, through practical plans.

Knowledge has no value except that which can be gained from its application toward some worthy end. 
This is one reason why a college degree is not valued more highly. They represent nothing but miscellaneous knowledge.

If you contemplate taking additional schooling first determine the purpose for which you want the knowledge you are seeking the learn where this particular sort of knowledge can be obtained from reliable sources.

Successful men, in all callings, never stop acquiring specialized knowledge related to their major purpose, business, or profession.

Those who are not successful usually make the mistake of believing that truth is that schooling does but little more than to put one in the way of learning how to acquire practical knowledge.

With this Changed world which began at the end of the economic collapse came also astounding changes in educational requirements. The order of the day is SPECIALIZED! this truth was emphasized by Robert P. Moore secretary of appointments of Columbia University.



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