You Don’t Really Know.

Most people think they know. The evidence suggests otherwise.

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“You don’t know what you don’t know,
that’s why you don’t have.
Because if you knew what you knew,
you’d have…
Because to know and not to do,
is not to know.”

Casey James Combden



Let’s be honest:

To know something and not apply it, is really not to know.


You know how to quit smoking.
Why are you still smoking?

You know how to be healthy.
Why are you not healthy?

You know how to have a great relationship with your spouse.
Why is your relationship falling apart?

You know how to make a million dollars.
Why are you poor?

You know how to be successful.
Why is your life falling apart?

To know and not to do,
is not to know.

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