7 Steps to Mastery: Strategizing Your Knowledge Into Mastery Through 6 Equations

7 Steps to Mastery: Strategizing Your Knowledge Into Mastery Through 6 Equations

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Some years back, I got into an interesting discussion with an older man. He commented that anyone could be intelligent, but few possess wisdom. That was quite a point. From that point onwards, I have been looking at the journey of self-exploration and how we view ourselves on the spectrum of learning. As you engage in continuous learning, you keep evolving your understanding and skill levels, and you leap the new levels. The question becomes, where do you stop where you are on this spectrum.

KNOWLEDGE: Develop strategic knowledge

Get a competitive edge over others by expanding your strategic knowledge


In simple words, “knowledge means what you know.”

When I was young, I was pretty curious about driving cars. I gathered quite a bit of information about different models, their features, and how different mechanical systems operate together to drive a car. Several times I imagined how fuel is getting ignited and how it is generating thrust, and then I started relating those things with the process of pressing the pedal.

What I was doing at that time was gathering knowledge.

When you learn ‘something’ new, whether it is a new fact or a new skill, focus on acquiring comprehensive knowledge about that ‘something.’ Comprehensive knowledge comprises three types of knowledge – factual, conceptual, procedural, and strategic. These different knowledge types are acquired through the processes like understanding, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating. When you learn a new thing, you start knowing some facts about it (factual knowledge). As you unravel new relationships in how things are organized (conceptual knowledge). Then you get to understand how to apply knowledge or do certain things (procedure knowledge). Real learning is how to use different strategies to make the most of your knowledge (strategic knowledge).

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Highly successful leaders have highly developed situational and strategic knowledge.  Strategic knowledge is also called knowing about knowledge, which is very important for you to develop. This enables you to monitor your learning and use different strategies to use knowledge and approach different situations using different strategies.


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About Dr Raman K Attri

Dr Raman K Attri is the world’s #1 authority on the science of speed in professional and organizational settings. He is the world's only professional speaker speaking on the topic of the science of speed. He is the author of 23 multi-genre books. As a performance scientist, he has been recognized as one of the leading ‘Transformational Business Leaders’ of 2022. He was named as one of the ‘Global 500 Leaders’ of 2021, alongside stellar leaders like Oprah Winfrey, Gary Vee, Jim Kwik, and Jay Shetty, to name a few. He has made his space as a true accelerated learning guru, earning over 100 international credentials and degrees, including two doctorates in the learning domain, apart from some of the world’s highest certifications. A corporate business manager, he has been featured and cited in over 125 media features in TV/radio shows, magazines, podcasts, and forums.

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