Right now you may be getting visions of a late night commercial pitch-man telling you “you can do it”, or the self-help section of your local book store, or a college professor conning you into the concept of “lifelong learning”, or maybe in your head you’re hearing a radio ad for the annual motivation speaking circuit coming to town. I admit those mediums (and stereotypes) can sometimes taint us. However, that does not deny the truth of the matter which is; you can do it, you can do more, and your priorities & dreams related to family, finances, faith, freedom, friends, fun, fitness are worth getting better for.
Question 1. Are you learning?
a. I am actively pursuing information that interests me, that can be applied to the benefit of myself and/or others. Ideas are frequently created in my mind and these ideas and/or information have high potential to, or frequently do, add value to lives.
b. I consume information that is being served to me via electronic, oral, and paper mediums that keep my attention. The information is not easily applied and rarely adds value to anyone I know.
c. I am a couch potato and fairly proud of it.
Question 2. Why should you be learning?
You should be actively learning because someone (spouse, child, family member, co-worker, or neighbor) is watching you and could use a good example right now. Start learning something productive because our country and its economy needs smart people. Start learning to build your self-confidence to achieve more. Start learning to get ahead.
Begin learning. Be intentional. Identify a priority (family, finances, faith, freedom, friends, fun, fitness, following) in your LIFE and begin to improve your quality of life in those areas.
I will continue to use and the truth and character based concepts and materials from the LIFE business to improve mine, my family’s, and those I care about lives. You can too!
Blessings to you,