Organize knowledge and use it to formulate definite plans of action.
Look at the following ways to organize knowledge.
Through journals, vision boards, 5 x 7 cards, Day Timer Inc., and Franklin Planners, information can be organized.
We all have weaknesses that can be overcome cataloging collected information.
Use catalogued or stored information as reference materials to formulate a good plan.
One place to review tons of catalogued information is your public library.
In my town, the Kansas City, Missouri, Public Library has good resources for study.
The potential power of knowledge will take you from poverty to riches.
Collect pertinent data and place it in journals for easy access.
Use acquired information as building blocks to your fortune.
Information is the fuel used by the brain to generate energy.
Make it a goal to organize knowledge after study of a subject.
Study is a steady way of formulating a definite plan of action.
To gain knowledge one must also understand the nomenclature of his/her subject.
The best way to understand subject matter is through the use of dictionaries.
There are a wide range available for just about every study situation.
You are told to not bypass words that are unknown.
Knowledge becomes hard to obtain if words are not known within the text that you study.
Words defined for their understanding bring clarity with knowledge as an end product.
Acquisition of information gives vision to those who use knowledge stored in the various methods reported here.
Journals help to find information collected over the years giving easy access to its contents.
Keep journals together in your own small library.
Vision boards give an ever present reminder to claim what is on the board as your own.
Visualizing on a daily basis what is written on the board keeps the board’s contents on the mind.
You will have better recall of the board’s contents reviewing them daily.
Cards collected that are 5 x 7 provide room to write notes about a subject.
Keeping them together in a small box allow access to their review as well.
Another great organizing tool is the Day Timer Inc, time management system and the Franklin Planner.
Our dental team uses all of these systems to function effectively as a cosmetic dentist.
There is a need in every niche to organize knowledge and apply what you learn to real life situations.
From the Diary of my enlightenment,
A.L. Clark, D.D.S. http://www.dentist4you.biz