Learning, Doing and Teaching

Growing yourself. Growing others. Growing your company.

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You will never achieve your full potential if you are not pushing your limits every day on what you are capable of doing. 

Leadership Tools: Teaching, Doing, Practicing and Improving, Learning. Grow Yourself, Grow Others, Grow Your Company.

4 Questions for Each Day:

  1. What did you learn today to improve your capabilities?
  2. How much did you improve your capacity to do work today?
  3. Who did you teach today and what did you teach them?
  4. How will you answer these questions tomorrow?

 

"It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit."

Harry S. Truman

 



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