Why it’s Vital to Not Only Have the Knowledge But to Put Those Skills to Use

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If you have the slightest interest in things outdoors or pertaining to survival, the chances are better than even that you have a book or books dealing with an array of subjects related to your interest.

Those are valuable – they show you how in a perfect world stuff should work.

But they are only valuable to a point. You actually have to learn through experience how to do the stuff in the book – and the two – book learning and experience learning rarely the same.

The best way to look at this is to consider your average DIY television show.

See how easy it is to swap out an entire bathroom in just under an hour?

It is easy until you try it – and then the stuff you do not see or do not have the experience dealing with kicks in.

To learn more about experiential learning and why it is important, check out the next page.

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