The Nike slogan from years ago is also the key to successful learning as we experience our actions and not just think about it. For what you assume to know, what we think in a given moment or what we consider to be true, we will only come to learn by doing it.
The collection of traditional and newer thoughts rolling in our minds is only the starting point of learning. Until applied into our circumstance and conditions, we will not have fully learned for ourselves what the outcome will be. Theory alone is short of practical and transitional applied learning experiences.
When uncertain of what to do, it is best to do the one thing that starts your actions. It is here that you will come to know what the next actions may be to then set the following actions. Nothing perfect or magical necessary at the beginning, just practically applying for experience to grow from. Just do it, to learn.
“Success is neither magical nor mysterious. Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying the basic fundamentals.” — Jim John —