Knowledge is Free

For decades, the issue was the lack of access to information for everyday people.

Today, I’d argue we might have an issue the other way — too much information.

Information overload.

I know I struggle with it from time to time.

So many things I want to learn.

So many good resources to learn from.

To me, that’s a good problem to have.

The point is, we can learn nearly anything we want, for FREE.

YOU just have to put in the WORK.

All the best,


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