You can know a little and do a lot and watch the success build up.
Or, you can learn a lot and do a little and wonder why more isn't happening for you.
Here's a little challenge. In the next month, spend 30 minutes a day doing something that you have been putting off. I don't even care if it is personal or professional. Just devote one-half hour to doing...direct action. If you can't finish the job in 30 minutes, then just start it. Pick it up tomorrow where you leave off and add to what you started. In fact, the challenge is to ONLY spend 30 minutes a day.
At the end of the month, assess the accumulated time of 10 hours of effort (30 minutes a day, five days a week, four weeks). I bet you will be surprised at all you accomplished. I'll even go out on a limb and also say that the results will have cost you nothing in any lost time at all.
There is soooooo much information available on how to become successful that someone should pay us for reading it. Bottom line, though, is that action, not information, produces results. Picking up the phone, walking a neighborhood, hosting an open house, networking with other professionals, asking for referrals will result in business.
Nothing ventured, nothing gained. Let me know if you take me up on the challenge.