Work On Enhancing Your Skills
by Gary Vurnum
Do you remember how you felt when you walked out of school or college for the last time?
No more learning, and revising for exams EVER again!
The great Charlie "Tremendous" Jones summed it up very well when he said
"You are the same today as you'll be in five years, except for two things: the people you meet, and the books you read."
So…if you stop meeting people, and stop learning, your life will be in the same condition in five yearstime as it is today.
Are you happy with that?
If you are - congratulations! If you're not then you'd better start looking at how you can improve your skills by a focused plan of learning.
In most cases, this shouldn't be that difficult - just take more of an interest in your work, or read a relevant non-fiction book instead of a fiction one, or even just listen to a self improvement cassette in your walkman instead of music.
If you want to stay where you are then just carry on what you're doing now.
How can you make more learning part of your regular routine?
Perhaps you could try make every second book that you read a non-fiction book instead of a novel…or perhaps listen to a personal development tape in the car instead of listening to the radio?
The more you make it part of your daily routine…the more you will find it easier to carry on doing!
You cannot get what you’ve never had unless you’re willing to do what you’ve never done.
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