“Knowledge is a process of piling up facts; wisdom lies in their simplification.”
Learning is a great thing. Increased knowledge helps you make better decisions and avoid mistakes–knowledge should be applied to be useful.
But when it comes to others, knowledge must be properly communicated. I stress “properly” because I’ve been with some very intelligent people, but they use such big words, I kind of get lost with what they are trying to communicate. So, what good became of that conversation?
So, always consider your audience, whether that is with one person or ten thousand. Communicate simply so that your ideas are understood.