Hi, it’s Dr. Fab Mancini, and I’m so excited that you join us for this new season, because we’re dedicating it to you. Yes, I’m doing the topics that are important to you, the ones that you’re telling me are the ones you want me to do. This one actually comes from Gene in California. He writes, “Dr. Fab, how do I never stop learning?”
1. Choose the things you love.
2. Surround yourself with learners.
3. Never think you’ve arrived.
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Hi, it’s Dr. Fab Mancini, and I’m so excited that you join us for this new season, because we’re dedicating it to you.
Yes, I’m doing the topics that are important to you, the ones that you’re telling me that’s the ones you want me to do.
This one actually comes from Gene in California.
He writes, “Dr. Fab, how to never stop learning.”
Yeah, he sent me that message through Facebook, and I love that, so thank you, Gene, for letting me know.
How to never stop learning.
I want you to know that one of the lessons that I learned early on in my life is that I started learning the biographies of other people.
A biography is when you actually take the life of somebody, and you write a book about it, and you learn from how these individuals reacted and acted during their lifetime.
And I want you to know that I learned that one of the things that all of them had in common, especially the most influential people out there, is that they never stop becoming a student.
They always were the best students out there.
I want to share with you three things that you can do right now, in order to never stop learning.
The first one is, choose the things you love.
Choose to learn about the things that you love to do.
Go ahead and take a class.
Do an online course.
Make sure that you hang around, or do an apprenticeship with somebody that’s actually doing it, but make sure that you choose something you love.
The second thing is, surround yourself with learners.
You see, I’ve kept it like that in my life, I surround myself with very influential people, but they’re the biggest learners out there, so you do the same.
Go out there and find the people that are wanting to constantly learn, and then it will help motivate you to keep learning.
The last one is, never think you’ve arrived.
One of the things that kills learning is the fact you already think you know enough.
I want you to know there’s always more to learn.
So never think you’ve arrived.
I hope you’ve enjoyed these three tips, and I will see you on the next show.