How does somebody transform themselves from sleeping on the floor of a shared apartment to having billions of dollars?
It’s not necessarily about reading every page on Wikipedia; it’s about developing specialized knowledge that will help you thrive in the world.
Consider billionaire Ashishkumar Chauhan. He rose in the world not because he attended a particular college but because he learned the ins-and-outs of his market. Now, he knows the difference between a good stock offering and a great stock offering. It’s almost intuitive.
The same is true for any industry or profession. The top achievers in that field will not necessarily have the most formal education, but they will have the best set of specific knowledge that enables them to thrive in their business.
General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity may be, is but little use in the accumulation of money.
Knowledge will not attract money unless it is organized and intelligently directed.This requires practical plans of action.
But this confuses millions of people who falsely believe that knowledge is power.
Knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when it is organized into definite plans of action and directed to a definite end.