Christian Luzong is a passionate organic farmer.
He implements what he learns at seminars as soon as he gets home (unlike many of us who love acquiring information, but take no action).
To minimize his “risks”, he applies the new “tricks” on a few seeds in recycled containers
If the experiment flops, he takes note of the lessons learned and tries a different approach.
But if it works, he quickly scales up and attempts to replicate the results on a larger scale.
He mentioned his process so casually, but it hit me like Thor’s hammer.
How many times have we (I’m involving you here, dear Reader) delayed the application of new knowledge, waiting for the “perfect” time to give it a go?