They once said that you could increase your wealth just by reading The Economist. What they didn’t say was that you still needed to apply what you learned to real life.
Gobbling facts increase your knowledge and at the same time, deaden your ability to think for yourself.
You can make a living off of other people’s opinions, but you’re more likely to be remembered if you can originate something on your own.
Knowledge multiplies in power when it’s chewed over multiple times, actuated, and then retested.