What’s this got to do with you? Is there anything you’d like to improve? Your business? A skill? Anything? Are you willing to seek help, demonstrate your vulnerability and actually listen to advice? Are you brave enough to put yourself out there?
We can still learn through repetition and self-coaching. But learning in a vacuum is slow. It’s helpful. But it’s insufficient.
Here’s my advice: if you want to improve anything from your relationships to your career to a specific skill or tactic, get help. Ask your peers. Ask a mentor. Hire a teacher or coach. Get help from people who already know what you need to understand. But know that this type of improvement takes guts. It takes putting all of your fears aside, swallowing your pride, and opening yourself up. And it ain’t for the faint of heart.
But it’s worth it. Big time. You can do it. You’ve got this! Now go get some help!