University of St. Andrews -Learning

I am at The University of St. Andrews today. I just completed a 90-minute influence workshop. The desire to learn can keep us young at heart. Learning is a lifelong journey that enriches our lives and opens up new possibilities. I had two 79-year-old men in my talk. They are still hungry for knowledge and growth. By staying curious and hungry for knowledge, we can constantly expand our horizons and develop new skills. Learning can take place in various settings, whether it’s through conversations, books, or attending keynotes and masterminds like the one I mentioned. Each opportunity presents a chance to acquire new insights and broaden our understanding of the world.

Personal growth is essential for leadership and success. When we actively seek out opportunities to learn, we enhance our ability to make a positive impact on others and achieve our goals. I hope we all follow the example of these two lifelong learners and continue to foster a thirst for knowledge, regardless of our age or stage in life.

August 2023

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