Thinking from knowing vs Thinking from being

To master something is to be used by what you have mastered, that is, mastering something has your ways of being and acting be consistent with what you have mastered as your natural self-expression (as distinct from something you are remembering and then trying to apply). Or said in another way, mastery is distinguished by the difference between being able to think something because you know it, and thinking from something because you are it.

~ from Creating Course Leaders Workshop: Mastering the Principles of Effective Delivery of The Ontological/Phenomenological Access to Leadership, by Werner C. Erhard, Michael C. Jensen, et al, Harvard Business School NOM Unit Working Paper

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