Originally Posted by easy-lift guy
I believe you just contradicted yourself by saying "If there is a college program, see about taking some classes. No need for a degree, really.
And than your next paragraph states, "The ISA book has a lot of stuff, but if someone just reads and memorizes it, that's really not much of an education. It really takes time, plenty of reading, experience and practice. And some coaching too."
Which bit of advise are you attempting to convey?
You have some unusual passion for this topic.
What he said was that memorization of a book doesn't equal understanding. Understanding allows connecting of bits of information to form a more complete picture of the situation. Understanding, for most people, requires information being presented in a multiple formats and settings to develop understanding.
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