iCast: Are You Learning To Succeed?
- November 3, 2012
- Posted by: Craig Chamberlin
- Category: Uncategorized
Success is measured in many different ways, but ultimately, the real measure of success is your own. This video touches on some critical strategies to make sure you’re learning to succeed on a daily basis.
Many people underestimate the value of learning and education. They also undervalue their time. Success is directly proportional to time. The more time you spend with something, the more successful you will become at it.
If you are currently finding yourself in a rut, sometimes the best way to get out of it is to spend some real time with the things you’re passionate about. Make sure you set aside a half hour or more a few times a week to invest in yourself.
Learning to succeed is not a difficult process nor is it reserved for the “educated”. Employers aren’t always interested in just a college degree, they want an individual who is self motivate, passionate and willing to learn. If they don’t want these things, you probably don’t want to be working for them.