Pink Houe Team
If you are a learning based person like I am you are constatnly looking for the next book or next webinar or the next class. The question becomes, can you ever learn too much?
Of course, there sometimes is the problem of having a really, really smart bookshelf. My bookshelf has a PHD in lots of things. It seems that I never have the time to fully implement what I have learned or should I say "been exposed to".
Take this week, for instance. I have one all day class, a coaching call, a group coaching call and a live webinar. Wow I am going to be really smart by the end of the week! I think that the only way this really works is if all of the classes and calls were about the same subject matter. Repetition will increase retention and results.
However, one problem that I have, is what is called "squirrel.I know that lots of you reading this know what I am talking about. Two years ago I won the "squirrel of the year award" at my Keller Williams office in Amarillo. I didn't win last year because they did away with the award.
A squirrel can be defined as "over here, over there" or any shiny object. I have proven my point in this article. I started out on task and then I "squirreled". Sorry.
Getting back to the main subject of learning too much, I don't think you can ever learn too much. Take those classes. Listen to those webinars. Buy that next book. You will eventually learn and implement. Either that or you can leave them in your will to the next "squirrel" in your family. It is hereditary, you know. But again I digress,
Pink House Team
Keller Williams Realty
7304 S 34th