Tap into Your 3 Types of Knowledge—A Business Inspirational Tip from Brian Buffini

Learn from your experiences and the experiences of others.

Learn from your experiences and the experiences of others.

Many of us associate knowledge with anything learned through formal education, but did you know that there are two other types of knowledge as well? In this clip from the real estate event, MasterMind Summit 2013, Brian Buffini breaks down the three types of knowledge and explains how they can help you in your business.

 

“I’ve succeeded in life by valuing the wisdom of experiential knowledge,
especially of other people.” –Brian Buffini

The 3 Types of Knowledge
1. Head knowledge—Traditional education and book learning.
2. Heart knowledge—Intuition or your gut instinct.
3. Experiential—The experiences you’ve gone through or what other people have gone through.

The Greeks called this epignosis, and said that they were all vital. However, while they valued head knowledge, the considered it the foundation of the other two types of knowledge. They deemed heart knowledge more important than head knowledge and experiential knowledge as the most important of the three. Not only is it important to learn from your personal experiences, it’s also important to learn from the experiences of others as well.

Did you know that you can learn a lot from the people in your life? Make a coffee or lunch date with a great client in your database to get to know them better. You’ll learn how to serve them better as well as learn something new. Visit Referral Maker® real estate CRM to add it to your to-do list and to learn about how Referral Maker can boost your business.

2 thoughts on “Tap into Your 3 Types of Knowledge—A Business Inspirational Tip from Brian Buffini

  1. tyrian

    I love to hear stories from other people especially from the older ones because i get to learn a lot from them. And then I pass them to my kids and eventually pass them to their kids too!

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