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Tag: Knowledge

Certainty

1. The state of being certain. 2. A conclusion or outcome that is beyond doubt. 3. Knowledge itself is certainty; knowledge is not data. Knowingness is certainty.

Comprehension

1. The act or fact of comprehending; understanding. 2. The knowledge that is acquired through comprehending. 3. The capacity to include; comprehensiveness.

Discipline

1. A branch of knowledge that one studies. 2. The suppression of base desires, usually understood to be synonymous with self-control restraint and control. 3. The use of reason to determine the best course of action regardless of one’s desires, which may be the opposite of what a person is excited to do. Virtuous behavior can be described as when a person’s values are aligned with their aims: to do what they know is best and to do it gladly. 4. The training that develops self-control, character, orderliness, and efficiency. In other words, the ability to start, continue, and produce the results envisioned and planned in the time, place, and shape, at a consistent level of excellence as intended. 5. The use of punishment to correct disobedience and to enforce compliance with rules.

Financial Literacy

The knowledge of what money is, how it works, financial terminology, all aspects of financial life, and the competence to perform financial management including; decision making, planning, saving, spending, budgeting, cash flow management, lifestyle choices, investing and retirement planning.

Intelligence

1. The capacity of the mind to understand principles, truths, facts or meanings, acquire knowledge, and apply it to practice; the ability to learn and comprehend. 2. The ability to recognize differences, similarities, and identities. 3. The ability to perceive, pose and resolve problems.

Mastery

1. Having full power and control over a subject or area. 2. The knowledge and skill of a master. 3. Being able to consistently produce products of excellent quality. 4. Victory or superiority. 5. Mastery motivation is a psychological force that stimulates an individual to attempt to gain competency over a challenging problem, skill, task, or subject matter and to focus on it in a persistent manner until successful.

Philosophy

1. The study of the nature, causes, or principles of reality, knowledge, or values, based on logical reasoning. 2. A system of thought based on or involving such study. 3. The study of the theoretical underpinnings of a particular field or discipline: the philosophy of history. 4. An underlying theory or set of ideas relating to a particular field of activity or to life as a whole.

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