Understanding, knowing how, knowing what to do is insufficient for producing success. If you pay any attention to what you ‘already know’, you know this is true. We have been taught what to think and what to believe. Those that are willing to set aside all of their beliefs discover that is the only problem to solve.
He who joyfully marches to music in rank and file has already earned my contempt. He has been given a large brain by mistake, since for him the spinal cord would suffice. – Albert Einstein
Once you begin to notice how much of what you saw is false or what a difference what you see and are able to do differently once you begin changing what you believe [you may always change it back at any time], the playground becomes enormous!
In the assumptions from which you are asking the question, you allow for no truthful answer to the question. The words you use reflect your assumptions accurately, and given your assumptions, there’s no solution to the problem. One cannot solve the problem in the system you are using. In fact, that system is the problem. – Werner Erhard
The first place to look is the questions you ask yourself. Can you ask different questions that produce new answers or better yet, new questions!?