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Success Habit: Teach It

from Pro Remodeler

Three steps to mastering something new: Learn it, do it, then teach.

Larry Meadows, President of Oregon-based Clearwater Exteriors and a good friend of mine, shared a simple business theme from his organization that really hit a chord for me. He said that anyone trying to master a task or business principle had to first “learn it,” then “do it.” Learning comes from study and observation over an extended period of time; “doing” puts the learning into practice.

It seems obvious, but with all of the information sources available today, it's easy to assume that, because you watched a video or read an article about some new skill or concept, you're competent with that skill or concept. But you can’t learn how to swim from simply reading a book or watching a video; you need to dive into the pool, feel the water, and understand the risks. "learning" and “Doing” both require repetition and practice until you can perform competently and consistently. more

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