Maybe the reason why you’re not producing the results you want is not for a lack of knowledge. Rather, you might be using the excuse of needing more knowledge as a form of mentally transforming procrastination into a defensible position in both your own mind, as well as in explaining your lack of results or initiative to others.
Understand; you can fashion and rationalize excuses not to do something unintentionally. So much so, it would make a preschooler envious. The only difference between the two is, as the adult – you should be able to sit back and adequately question yourself on what you are actually doing. The preschooler has the legitimate excuse of just not knowing better.
Question your own performance objectively while being so hard of an inquisitor, you’d make a principal proud.
© 2014 Mark St.Cyr