All the

information in the world

is worth nothing


the   wisdom    to use it

Wisdom compensates
for any lack of knowledge …
But knowledge rarely, if ever,
compensates for a lack of wisdom

Without Wisdom …

It doesn't matter

how long
or how hard
you work —
— all your hard work
could be futile …

It doesn't matter

how much you know or how much you’ve learned
— all your information and education and experience could amount to nothing!

It doesn't matter

how much money
or how many resources you have at your disposal —
— you could end up
losing it all!

Most people won’t get wisdom
until it's too late.
How about you?

Conventional "wisdom" is wrong!

Conventional "wisdom" says that wisdom comes with age or experience. That's a myth.


You surely know people who are up in their age — or have lots of information or knowledge or experience — but are none the wiser?

And … You surely know people who are young in age — or short in knowledge or experience — but are really old souls?

The simple reality is this …

You can access your wisdom at any age, and even with limited information or experience.

And the sooner you do it, the better.

How experts, gurus
and so-called wisdom-teachers
steer you away from Wisdom

Many experts, coaches, gurus, thought leaders and so-called "wisdom teachers" want you to believe that more knowledge and more information leads to wisdom. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

Consider the following words from four of the wisest teachers in modern history —

Emerson: As to methods there may be a million and then some, but principles are few. The man who grasps principles can successfully select his own methods. The man who tries methods, ignoring principles, is sure to have trouble!

Deliberately ignoring this very simple truth, most books, blogs, talks, courses and workshops today inundate you with millions of methods, answers, solutions, rules, laws, techniques and recipes.

No wonder you have so much trouble.

When you grasp the underlying principles, your wisdom quickly compensates if you don't know all the methods, procedures or solutions. Indeed, you can make up your own methods and techniques.

But no matter how many methods, techniques and "rules" you know, they will always bring you trouble if you do not grasp the underlying principles.

Peter Drucker: The important job is never to find the right answers, it is to find the right question. For there are few things as useless — if not dangerous — as the right answer to the wrong question.

Going entirely against your best interests, most schools, colleges, teachers, trainers, experts and thought leaders continue drowning you in answers.

This is the most useless — if not dangerous — way to learn.

Wisdom is knowing the right questions to ask. And that's what you need to learn.

Maria Montessori: If education is always to be conceived along the same antiquated lines of a mere transmission of knowledge, there is little to be hoped from it in the bettering of man's future. For what is the use of transmitting knowledge if the individual's total development lags behind?

Your most important job is to make sure your teacher does not merely transmit knowledge (information, answers, solutions, methods, scripts, steps) to you. That's the antiquated — if not dangerous — way of learning. And there's little hope for your future.

Your most important job is to learn the right questions and principles — so that you get total development of your wisdom.

Kahlil Gibran : The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your own wisdom.

And yet, most mentors and teachers today lead you to their wisdom, their answers, their solutions, their rules, their techniques, their tips, their steps.

No wonder you are held back from greatness.

But is there anyone anywhere
teaching you as described by
Emerson, Drucker, Montessori and Gibran?

Is there anyone anywhere teaching questions and principles to lead you to your total development and the threshold of your own wisdom?


Yes. Only1List.

As Emerson said so eloquently, principles are few. You don't need a ton of information, answers and solutions. You need only 1 list. And all the principles and right questions you need are contained within Only1List.

You don't need a bunch of different lists. You don't need to learn in bits and pieces. You need Only1List that sweeps across the board for your total development — across innovation, leadership, positive mindset, motivation, selling, negotiating, influencing, time management, resilience, resourcefulness, charisma and igniting change.

Only1List takes you to the core of what really matters. It is simple, swift and sweeping — and that is the essence of wisdom.

Wisdom (Only1List) is the secret to learning less and understanding and accomplishing more.

Wisdom is the ultimate secret.

Wisdom changes everything
You can …
Make a Difference Be Super Effective Be an Attentive Listener Be Super Organized Live a Healthy Life Enjoy Tremendous Relationships Have Great Friends Influence Others Build Self Confidence Have Great Friends Get Super Motivated Forge Great Friendships Conquer Procrastination Change the World
Gain Recognition Have Team Loyalty Be Effective with Feedback Be High Performance Get Things Done Make Things Happen Enjoy Customer Engagement Be a Great Communicator Ignite Collaboration Be Effective Negotiator Be Known for Innovation Be Naturally Charismatic Get a Standing Ovation Make a Dent in the World
all in one fell swoop

Wisdom makes everything simple and swift.