All information is there for everyone. Some of it more or less difficult to reach but if you read this, how-to about pretty much anything is within a few clicks. All you need is curiosity, patience, and perseverance.
Of the three I would say curiosity is the most important. You see, curiosity makes you ask questions - they are your pass to the land of knowledge.
A question is a little bit like what a key is to a small chest box. Every box can be opened by its own key just like every answer comes with its own question.
Google can be a very good example. You can ask it anything and everything but only the right question will get you the answers you are looking for.
"We live in a culture of the quick fix. But great art rarely happens quickly; it comes from a long process of awareness and hard work."
"Happiness isn't your birthright, nor is it something you deserve. Happiness, like anything else, is work—it has to be earned. It occurs when a person creates the causes and conditions for its appearance and its growth. Having a way to check in with yourself to make sure you’re watering the seeds of happiness in your life and art, your own personal Gross Artistic Happiness index say, can help you stay on track and ensure a career that is focused, forward moving, rewarding, and joyful. "