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Know-How vs Knowledge

The Debate: Do you have knowledge? Or do you have KNOW-HOW?

If you have knowledge, you know the things you should do.


You have no idea how to do them.

As people with knowledge have all the information, methods, and processes they need. But have no idea how to take the information and put it to work for them. This happens all the time with many academics and other people who have a wealth of knowledge. They can theorize and plan all day and every day, but when it comes to executing the plan, they falter.

However… If you have know-how, you know exactly what to do to get results.

People with know-how have all the information, methods, and processes they need. But unlike knowledgeable people, consistently put them to use to get what they want. This is the key difference between those with knowledge and those with know-how. As people with Know-How, have the motivation to stop theorizing and to start experimenting to see what works and what doesn’t. Meeting a lot of failure while they do, which is why most knowledgeable people shy away from getting know-how as it involves so much failure and rejection.

But how do those people go from Knowledge to Know-How?

There are 2 very distinct ways to go from a Knowledge to Know-How. There is the Easy Way and The Hard Way.

The Hard Way

The Hard Way is difficult because you have to go out and find out how to do something the old-fashioned way.

Trial and Error.

This involves experimenting different tactics and techniques to see what works and what doesn’t, again and again. This is difficult as 90% of the things you try will be a failure, and only 10% of them will be successful. However, you have to keep in mind that the 10% percent success will overshadow all the failures in wealth, good-times, and accomplishment. The only hard part is getting there.

The Easy Way

The Easy Way is much easier than the Hard Way because you have a real estate mentor. A mentor who has already done it the Hard Way and found the 10% success. All you have to do is follow his lead and master it in your own way. Because you can avoid all the pitfalls and mistakes with the help of a mentor, you are able to save yourself time, stress, and money.

The Matrix

This is where the Matrix Real Estate Investment Community comes into play. As this is especially true for being a Real Estate Investor. Many people are knowledgeable about how to make money in real estate, but they don’t want to do the work. They don’t want to take the time to trudge through the 90% to get to the 10%.

Even with a mentor, being a real estate investor can take time and effort to be successful. It’s still work and you have to work hard. But, unlike a stable income, you will be handsomely rewarded in the end. But if you never try, if you never try consistently, you will never know.

And with subscribing to this blog, you will have direct access to the SOURCE of Real Estate Know-how.

Giving you the know-how you need on:

  • Making a Real Estate Investor Career by teaching you:
  • Wholesales – Buying property underpriced and selling it to investors
  • Probate – buying/selling property in Probate (administrating property after someone has become deceased).
  • Tax Liens – how to buy tax liens on overdue taxes on properties for interest payments or
  • Pre-Foreclosures – buying properties from distressed homeowners to avoid foreclosure
  • Bankruptcy – buying/selling properties from people who filed bankruptcy
  • Buy and Holds – buy properties and rent them for a monthly income
  • Financial Resources –learn more about how to fund your deals and get buyers to sell them too

So don’t just be someone with knowledge


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