Creating The Habit To Learn Every Day
In the spring of 1997, I got a mailer that Brian Tracy was coming to Greensboro to teach an all-day workshop. Brian Tracy in person! This was bigger than the U2’s Achtung Baby tour.
I remember nervously asking my sales manager, Butch Porter if it would be okay if I took a day off to go.
I had prepared a script for the conversation – how I knew it’d be a whole day that I wouldn’t be on campus, how I’d work over the weekend and that I’d pay for the workshop out of my own pocket.
He just laughed and said – “Scott, you always have permission to take time to learn and get better. I wish everyone else in the company would do this – it’d make my job a lot easier…”
It wasn’t just what I learned that day – it was creating the habit to learn every day and make the time during the busiest time of year to put my learning and growth first – to be a real professional.
You’re running a company, growing a startup, and trying to make an impact in your market.
You’ve got a day slammed with meetings and expectations. Every day, every week, every month is busy.
If you want to get better, you’ve got to make the time for yourself.
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