Which Is More Important: Knowing or Doing?

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Which is more important: knowing or doing? Are they separable or inseparable?

Knowledge without action means nothing. People are interested in actions, not in empty words. Jason Fred said, “What you do is what matters, not what you say or plan.”

 Doing represents action, and it is action that brings results. But you cannot do without first knowing how to do it. Knowing is nothing if you cannot use it to improve your life.

Knowing prepares you to take action. Doing is actually taking action to change your life. Knowledge is pointless without application. Without knowledge, doing is not possible. Without doing, knowledge is useless. If you want your knowledge to have value, find a way to apply it. If not, it is pointless.

You need both. They are inseparable.

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