We have a access to more information than any other human before us. Why is not everyone on the same page of working productively, of running that meeting properly, of avoiding interruptions? It has been covered in texts time and time again.
As Derek Sivers says, "if more information was the answer, then we would all be billionaires with perfect abs." Is the fact that we have more information mean that there is a proliferation of choice so it is hard to find the best advice to improve yourself? To make you better at whatever you choose to do?
Or is it actually that the majority of people do not choose to even try to make themselves better? To try to be more noble, more virtuous, more productive?
If you are even trying, then you are at least in the top 20%. If you are trying consistently, then you are in the top 20% of that.