Don’t Hold Your Business Back

Your business can only grow to the extent that you grow.

Jerry Rice once said, “The enemy of the Best is the good!” Decide what you need to learn first, and then put everything else second.

  1. What do you need to learn? Take a step back and ask yourself, what skills or knowledge do I need to have to grow into my future? Remember while your specialty or expertise may need to be cutting edge, there are other areas of your life and business that may be required for your development. It is critical to know what areas to set as the priority.
  2. Find the best sources for acquiring that skill or knowledge? There are so many places you can go to for information. But a lot of them are not worth the time and some are just wrong and have bad advice. Ask others that you trust, who they follow, read and listen to or what sources they use to learn from.
  3. Schedule time to learn. You must learn in order to grow. Schedule it! Your future may depend on it.

Be proactive and LEARN!

At the Crossroads,

Stan Broesder

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