‘New ideas often appear first as jokes, then as blasphemies and treason and finally as established truths.’
George Bernard Shaw
Knowledge is like having money in the bank. It is valuable but it is not, by itself, useful. Only when the money is converted into something does it become useful. The good news is that, unlike money, knowledge actually appreciates when you spend it, creating new insights and more knowledge. It is a bit like getting richer by going shopping.
Whatever you have taken from this book is the same. Without action, it is fairly pointless. For example, it is all very well knowing how to recognise the four types of people in your life. It takes energy and courage to do something positive ...