Massive Implementation by Oluyemi Adeosun
You shall know the truth and it shall set you free. There was a time I thought I knew some truths concerning certain areas in my life and yet I was not obtaining freedom, victory or my expected results. Are you in a similar situation too? Can you identify with this kind of scenario?
Critical self examination revealed to me that even though I am aware of the truth, I was not implementing or practicing it. It suddenly dawned on me that “Knowledge without action has zero or no value”. Evidence that you know something is that you take steps to implement it.
While we were in school, after a series of teaching or receiving lecture we are usually administered a test, exam or knowledge check. This forces us to display, utilize or workout what we have learnt over the past period. The results we obtain thereafter is a near true reflection of how much knowledge we have been able to absorb.
Permit me to tell you that the results you have seen in your business, endeavors, life is just a scorecard or assessment of how much knowledge you have truly absorbed and retained from various facet of life. It recently dawned on me that if the average adult learns nothing new but implements massively what he already knows, he or she will experience radical changes in results and outcomes.
Practitioners usually excel more than those who learn and do little or nothing with the information or education acquired. What are you doing with what you know? What are you doing with what you have learnt? Start something don’t criticize others with your knowledge. Do something with that information.
Next to knowing what to do is actually doing it. It is important we do what we have to do so that we can do what we want to do. Don’t just read this blog; ensure you note down action points, steps, and plans and implement it. I have received testimonies from people who have followed through on thoughts and ideas that dropped into their heart while doing so.
You are next in line for a breakthrough. Just play your part. Plant your seeds, water it, nurture it and you will reap in due season if you do not quit.
“Men expect too much, do too little.” ~Allen Tate