The reality of a right answer is more profound than the answer itself. I often miss this.
Case in point: It’s one thing to know that 20% is a wise down payment for a first-time homebuyer, it’s another thing, as a first-time homebuyer, to actually do it.
Knowing the right answer doesn't guarantee you'll know the reality. And isn't knowing the reality more crucial?
It’s more important to become a person who’s committed to implementing a right answer than to be a person who's just concerned with finding one.