Sage Declaration No. 1 ::: Educate Yourself

August 12, 2009 at 6:00 am 2 comments

It seems like we spend most of our youth actively learning.  As a child, we learn how to walk, then run.  We learn how to ride a bike and swim.  We learn how to read and do math.  Over time, we’ve learned gazillions of complicated things.  Once we graduate from school, if we go to work for a company, we are asked to learn new things from our employer.  But, what happens when we are self-employed?  Where does that learning come from?

Today’s post is a simple one… think about:

How are you going to continue the learning process?  How are you going to build on the knowledge you have to become a stronger business owner?  What do you need to learn to be better at what you do?

If you aren’t learning something new, you are becoming stagnant.  Make a decision today to read something that educates you.  Make a decision to start surrounding yourself with people who encourage your learning process.  Make a decision to expand your mind, and learn something new.


Entry filed under: Inspiration, Life Lessons, Sage Declarations.

Inside Out: Examine Yourself Sage Declaration No. 2 ::: Practice

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  • 1. Nadine Poliard  |  August 12, 2009 at 9:43 am

    Love this post – well said! You never stop learning, even as an adult or successful business owner. We spend a lot of time in the wedding industry looking at blogs with pretty pictures – what about blogs, articles and such that are truly educating us on more than just trends. This is definitely Sage advice.

  • […] 13, 2009 Yesterday, I asked you to think about how you are going to educate yourself.  Today, I want you to think about Practice.  All of those things we learned in our youth […]


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