📷: Alejandro Escamilla
WHO YOU LEARN FROM MATTERS!
For more than 20 years I have been on a personal growth journey with John Maxwell mentoring me from afar via his books, CDs etc.
Now I am so fortunate to be mentored by John.
I was so glad I had pen handy when I was in the room with him in Florida. You see, words are powerful & creative.
So what did John say that day?
I see you as a transformational leader …someone who influences people to think , speak , act in such a way that it brings positive difference in their life and the lives of others
Sometimes you have to borrow another’s belief in you to get traction….that’s why it is so important who is in your inner circle.
I encourage you to take a moment today to intentionally audit who you allow to speak into your life.
Who do you learn from?
Who you learn from matters!
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Pic: Joe Gardner
You likely have heard the cliches “life is a journey” and “life is a marathon not a sprint“
Life’s “road” has it’s potholes and debris.
My mandate is to clear the path for long distance runners.
May your path be long and clear!
Here’s 3 considerations and keys for our journey:
1️⃣ Does your path lead to where you want to go?
🔑 In this fast life, slow down to intentionally evaluate your steps. Are they taking you closer to your desired destination?
2️⃣ Get clear on what you value, who you are, where you are, where you desire to be and who is running wth you.
🔑 Questions -> clarity -> success
3️⃣ Wouldn’t it be great if we could get the “heads up” on the upcoming potholes to avoid injury and go further with peace and prosperity ?
“Mentorship is success without the pain” – Dr Mike Murdock
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Wisdom: domain, state or condition of being wise.
Knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice
– Anton Chekhov
Stepping out of the traffic to reflect is a dividend producing exercise.
Some say experience is the best teacher.
My mentor John C Maxwell says that evaluated experience is the best teacher.
Evaluation of my OWN life recognises “the walk” (results/fruit) of “the talk” (information/knowledge).
Wisdom is applied knowledge producing order, peace and blessing.
Folly produces chaos, falling apart and people “at each other’s throats”.
Evaluation brings opportunity to adjust.
Who can count the stars?
A humbling experience.