Nov 082014
 

When you think of where you are in life at this present time, which of these word(s) best reflect your …

Financial life?

Business/entrepreneurial knowledge?

Your leadership ability?

Your view of what education is/should be?

Something else not already mentioned?

This concept is nothing new, mind you, however, in recent years, I’ve seen it applied not to technology ( see: here or consumer behavior, but to how folks adopt to change & thought. It’s the latter that forms the core of this post today.

For instance, when it comes to education and understanding that it is a much better investment to invest in a self directed (liber/leadership, or classical) model, much of the thinking and mindset would appear to be either housed in the late majority or laggards ‘category’. The prevalent thought is that if you’re going to be educated, you have to have a piece of paper, known as a credential, in order to show the world what you know, or should know.

Yet, when one studies the past, it’s quite clear that the best and most impactful men & women who have made the most ripples in the pages of history are those who were self-directed learners/students. They learned much of what they applied through owning books and other material which they replied upon to get them through the valleys ( loss, setbacks, hurdles, obstacles ) , as well as the peaks ( advancements, discovery, new visions, victories ).

I’d contend that you’d be an early adopter if you see clearly how valuable a leadership education is when compared to the more ingrained & ‘traditional’ model. The innovators ( such as this man or him ) already have carved out new territory and staked ground on which many others can tread.

Let’s use the above example to cap off this post.

Suggestion for all who read this? Please take what you’ve learned & as ‘homework’, apply the wording to other areas ( whether I listed them above, or its something else all together )

Thank you, as always, for reading this blog & be exceptional in all you do!

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