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Monday, July 31, 2017

http://static4.businessinsider.com/image/569fc175c08a80872f8b9f2d/meet-the-richest-man-in-africa--the-only-black-billionaire-among-the-worlds-50-richest-people.jpgYesterday we established that reading makes one knowledgeable. Today we are going to be learning the benefits of having knowledge. Knowledge can be derived by reading, researching, sourcing for information and facts, asking questions, analysis etc.
Knowledge is intellectual understanding, the state of appreciating truth or information. Knowledge provides us with the power to help others, in various ways. It is also something that is good for our own self esteem.
Knowledge can include skills, experience and education. At best, it includes all three. Knowledge can be practical or abstract, Knowledge helps us to find the way to solve a variety of issues.

Power refers to the ability or capability to do something. It can also include the strength to influence the actions of others. This can mean physical strength or persuasive power.
  1. Knowledge liberates us.
Knowledge sets us free, and makes us less dependent on others. Freedom is essential for real power. Of course, being truly free means that we do not use our power to control other people against their will.
  1. Respect.
True knowledge commands more respect that mere empty authority within a hierarchy ever could. With knowledge, we can influence other peoples’ decisions and help them to enhance their lives. No matter who you are, or how old you are, if you have knowledge that is useful to other people, then those people will respect us.
  1. Self-esteem.
Being knowledgeable can really give us a feeling of self-fulfilment and confidence. Knowledge is something that – no matter what happens we can rely on, if we find ourselves in situations, knowledge can enable us to find a solution to the issue that boosts our self-esteem even further. With the knowledge of what we know, we won’t be afraid or shy to speak in places which will further boost our self-esteem.
  1. Positivity.
The process of seeking and finding knowledge teaches us to have a positive attitude about life. It teaches us to be motivated, determined, engaged with the world and self-reliant. It also fills us with enthusiasm and joy – after all, humans love learning new things and the process of finding out new facts is a wonderful end in itself.

“Knowledge is Power” as Sir Francis Bacon said, and it is always best to use our power for good.
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