Timely Knowledge

The whole archive of human knowledge and wisdom is being put online.  Whether it be wikipedia, classic books, great art, or mp3 music, the collective output of two and a half thousand years of thinking and industry is there for all.  And it’s indexed and searchable too.  So what’s the problem?

The problem is, the tiny little brain each of us has can only process so much information per hour.  And more importantly, we don’t need to know everything.  What we really need to know is what’s relevant to us at any particular time.

And that’s the Real Problem.  What is relevant, and what is applicable to my situation right now?  What do I need to know to get the job done in the best possible manner?  What is the best source of that information?

Developing strategies for Timely Knowledge will keep you ahead of the game.  It means success, and personal satisfaction.  It also means fulfillment of potential.

We all need to devote some time to the issue of Knowledge, and more importantly, Timely Knowledge.

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One Response to “Timely Knowledge”

  1. stephentrepreneur Says:

    I concur with your thoughts: There is only so much information any human brain can consume before total bewilderment takes over.
    With the advent of the internet-age, we now have the world at our fingertips.
    Timely knowledge is a great catchphrase. Old news is now last hour, not last week. We can now learn topics overnight, implementing actions before sunrise. Learning and applying activities, researching details from countries that would otherwise never be visited – and upgrading our knowledge to catch up with whats going on right now, right this second.

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