Your life experience provides the best fodder for teaching, coaching, and mentoring others. The source of knowledge is not what matters, in other words, it doesn’t have to be gained from “personal experience”. You can and do learn through others’ experiences all of the time.
What matters is what you do with that knowledge once it is acquired. Do you digest it and nourish yourself and others, creating wisdom; do you ignore it, or do you hoard it?
Don’t miss your opportunity to share the blessings from your lesson or glean the blessings from the lessons of others. That’s how knowledge becomes its most powerful form – wisdom.