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Philosophy of Being Knowledgeable

by Ron Kurtus (26 January 2002)

It is important to have a philosophy, attitude, or way of thinking concerning being knowledgeable or skilled.

Ideas to follow

The following is a list of items that can summarize a way of thinking toward knowledge:

Be observant

Be curious

Take interest in many subjects

Be well-rounded

Try to apply your knowledge

Learn to think logically

Read rapidly

Have a good memory

Create analogies

Use graphical outlines

Be creative

Think "outside the box"


Consider ways to gather knowledge.

Express yourself clearly

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