Updated: Nov 9, 2022
Choosing whom we learn from and whom we learn with is a big deal. I make my decisions by the values of the person teaching, what they’re writing about, and what their center of influence is. About a year and a half ago I read the success principles by Jack Canfield, a super book applicable to anyone’s life. But something about Jack intrigued me. I think it was his down-to-earth being a human being just like the rest of us. So I made the investment in myself and I went through all three of his programs last year, now I had been a student of the thought world for more than 30 years and I actually feel like I learned some things from a different perspective that have been valuable through the process. What I really know today is if we stop learning we stop growing, if we stop wanting to learn we become stagnant, did I relearn some of the things that I learned from Anthony Robbins or John Maxwell? absolutely! True learning comes from repetition. Access comes from being willing to get back on course when you’re off course, self-respect comes with follow through. #success #learning #teaching What I know for sure is I’m always about learning, and getting a new perspective, what have you learned lately from a different view that actually changed how you feel and process totally different today? And now that you know how will you use it?
www.echopelsterspeaks.com l firstname.lastname@example.org Echo Laymon Pelster-Motivational Keynote Speaker 🐝Lifestyle, Mindset & Empowerment Coach For Lasting Weight Loss 🐝Best Selling Author 🐝Practice Management Specialist For Weight Loss Professionals🐝Certified Health & Nutrition Coach🐝The Twisted Love Of Food Addiction Author