I’m a BIG fan of showing up as a Leading Learner versus being labeled as an expert.
So what’s the difference and why can it help you immensely to become a Leading Learner?
An expert is someone with huge depth of knowledge and understanding of a niche topic, that they’ve studied and applied for years, if not decades.
It takes a long time to get this status and is quite the achievement.
A Leading Learner however is you and me.
Someone who LOVES learning and as they learn and apply, they share the results and teach others.
In that way you’re just a few steps ahead of everyone else, but you’re willing to share what you know as you learn it so others can use this valuable information to leap frog to where you are.
It means you don’t have to worry about knowing all the answers, or feeling like a fraud or imposter.
You just learn, grow, apply, implement, teach – rinse and repeat.
There’s a wise saying that we teach what we most need to learn.
I’ve gone deep into all sorts of areas and learned amazing skills over the years by showing up as a student first, teacher second.
It’s served me well to be an expert in several areas now – because I never stopped learning or upskilling.
In this video I share why it’s so important in this day and age of getting paid to be YOU and making sure you remain relevant in the future of work.
Join me on my 29 day Live video Challenge for all of February and if you want to do it too use the hashtag #29dayslive so I can find you and cheer you on.
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Let’s do this!
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