14 Ways to acquire knowledge

by James T. Mangan


Consider the knowledge you already have — the things you really
 know you can do. They are the things you have done over and over; 
practiced them so often that they became second nature. Every normal
 person knows how to walk and talk. But he could never have acquired this 
knowledge without practice. For the young child can’t do the things that
 are easy to older people without first doing them over and over and over. 


 Most of us quit on the first or second attempt. But the man who is
 really going to be educated, who intends to know, is going to stay 
with it until it is done. Practice!

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