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July 04, 2014

The art of knowledge

After having the opportunity to dive into the realm of what knowledge really is about, I'm surprised one aspect is left out. Sure it's true tacit and explicit knowledge have their own dynamics, but what about short term and long term knowledge affecting work as well?

Isn't it better to have knowledge that sticks to you rather than having to around about it finding the answer everytime?

I believe this has to do wtih what interests and does not interests us as well. Tacit knowledge will be easily adapted if we have an objective or goal infront of us and we try our best to reach it, and if that means we come by some relevant information, it can be related to as well.

Therefore, finding work in the field that interests you might be a good idea if you want to become rich in knowledge that you do not have to go search for it all the time, but it will pass by you and you will most likely remember them well, at least that's what I plan to do.

Because in the end, having to look up or read things that have no interest to me isn't what I want to do all my life.

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