Starting in my online business, I tried to take the cheap way out at every turn. That was a mistake. A costly one.
“Experience is not the best teacher. Other people’s experience is the best teacher.” – Andy Andrews from The Noticer
“The most expensive training is trial and error, arrogant independence, and foolish frugality.” – Ray Edwards
You can live your best possible life by following the 5 Intentional Performance Principles in this episode.
“If you think education is expensive try ignorance.” – Robert Orben
“Intelligent people are always ready to learn.
Their ears are open for knowledge.” Proverbs [18:15]
Are you always ready to learn? If not try to prepare your mind to always be ready to learn. You can learn something from every situation.
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Feature Presentation: “Avoid The Most Expensive Training and Invest In This Instead”
The 5 Intentional Performance Principles
1. Intentional Learning- on purpose and by design
2. Intentional Association
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” -Jim Rohn
3. Intentional Feedback
“That which is measured improves incrementally; that which is measured and reported publicly improves exponentially.”
4. Intentional Discomfort
“The level of your success will be in direct proportion to the level of uncertainty (discomfort) you can comfortably tolerate.” – Tony Robbins
5. Intentional Leadership
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