We’re about to complete another year and maybe you feel like writing a review.
It’s not the trend that should drive your action, but the need to evaluate your progress.
How do you feel about the past year? How did you change? What did you learn?
Here is my guideline: If I’m looking back at my one-year-younger version, and I’m not ashamed, then, I didn’t learn enough.
I heard this a few years ago and it stuck with me. It became like a mantra. And I use it all the time, not only at the end of the year.
Mainly because learning is the most precious investment ever. It’s something you can take with you everywhere, whatever the situation. It’s the foundation for all your actions. It’s what can generate success and even happiness. Those, if applied, it will shape your future and the future of all the people around you.
Imagine this: If you learn how to be a better leader and entrepreneur, it will affect you, your family, your friends, your employees and also their families. This can go far beyond that. Think of people that changed the world. That is what I’m talking about.
Just by learning stuff, you can change the future.
Think about it for a moment and let it sink in. It’s life changing.