TUESDAY, AUG 23, 2011
via Loren Fogelman:
Do you know of an athlete who “knows it all?” For each suggestion there is a response. Primarily to position them, in their eyes, as “been there, done that.” Those are the uncoachable athletes. The need to look good is interfering with their potential to be excellent.
Removing the mask of “knowing it all” opens you to learning opportunities. Masters don’t need to remind everyone of their greatness. Their confident presence speaks for itself.
Who is your teacher? As I have grown older, I now realize that I learn from everyone. In fact the people I think are most unlikely to be my teachers turn out to be some of my best teachers.
I am not talking about traditional classroom learning. What I am talking about is expanding your awareness.
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