Specialized Knowledge, Abundance, and Pennco Tech

Books have knowledge...Flickr Photo by Zitona


You’ve probably heard that saying, “Knowledge is Power”. Well, I like to think that knowledge is abundance. The more knowledgeable you are about a particular subject or line of work, the more opportunities you have to attract money.

If you live in the Bristol, Pennsylvania or Blackwood, New Jersey area and looking to gain specialized knowledge in the technology or health care field, you may want to check out Pennco Tech. Going through a school like Pennco Tech for knowledge and training helps you focus on one particular subject whereas if you were to go to a four-year university, you would have to take general education classes first. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but I’m one of those people who went to a regular university and don’t remember half of what I learned in those general ed classes including that dreaded Periodic Table of Elements I had to memorize for Chemistry!

From an early age my parents instilled in me the idea that getting an education was important. I was already naturally curious and read alot anyways. From encyclopedias to just about every book written by Beverly Cleary - I soaked it all up. I even vaguely remember teaching myself how to count to ten in both Chinese and Japanese (thanks to The Children’s Encyclopedia).

In the book, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill talks about the two different types of knowledge, which is general knowledge and specialized knowledge. He says that it’s this specialized knowledge that will help you accumulate riches. This knowledge is different from general knowledge because it is organized and applied properly into a plan.

I would consider myself to have specialized knowledge in a few subjects including blogging and making jewelry. I’ve spent many years learning these subjects and created a plan to make money from this knowledge.

So, what type of specialized knowledge do you have or would like to have? Are you applying that knowledge to manifest abundance?

If you’re unsure of what knowledge you’d like to specialize in, start with something that interests you. It could be anything... What is it that brings you joy? What gets you excited? Focus on that feeling and soon you’ll begin to attract the information and resources you need to get started!

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