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How To Create Bulletproof Knowledge

How to Create Bulletproof Knowledge

The problem with the “quiet study place” advice, and is much of the reason why our knowledge fails when we need it most… r

Why Having Persistence Pays Off

5 Reasons Why Having Persistence Pays Off

Persistence is the foundation of taking anything you can imagine, and then creating it in your life exactly as you planned. r

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Warning: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

The problem is you don’t know what you don’t know. I spent a number of years in the military and we used the saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know” always to remind us that there were things about the situation which we didn’t know. Really though, this has a much deeper meaning. r

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3 Paths to Self-Improvement

I’d put myself in the way of some self-improvement by volunteering to train as a youth worker for a religious organization that I’d been part of at university. It turned out to be a poor fit, to put it mildly. It was an authoritarian group, especially towards its staff, and I wasn’t able to fit into the one mold that was offered as an option. r

Thanks To You…

A thanksgiving message from PickTheBrain r

When You Don’t Know, You Will Pay The Higher Price

This is why it’s critical to remain a student of life. I’m always looking to learn and expand my mind, I’m always looking for leaders who’ve done what I’m trying to do, so that I can learn what they know.

Leaders are people with the knowledge you need, because they’ve been where you’re trying to go. Hear me out, leaders aren’t necessarily “special,” they don’t “glow in the dark,” or wear a “halo,” leaders are just people who’ve experienced what you’re trying to experience. They’re people who are a little further along the path that you’re traveling, and they have the knowledge to make your trip easier. r