I have a few problems. They’re serious too.
- Book ADD
- YouTube ADD
- Blog ADD
- Podcast ADD
If I hear about a speaker, author, pastor, etc. on a podcast or blog, I will immediately go to the library’s website and see how many of their books are available to check out.
Then I go to YouTube and find all of the videos of them speaking.
Then I go to the podcasts site and find all the podcasts.
Then I go to their website and blog.
This is called leadership stalking. (No, it’s not in any official medical journals, but it should be.)
My illness is in overdrive this week because of the Influence and Impact Summit (link below).
Nothing will stop me from this craziness. I just want to learn from this person–right now!
If your list of acceptable teachers can fit on a Post It note, you need to upgrade to a larger piece of paper.
There’s nothing wrong with having a big pool of teachers. I am a big believer in learning from those around me.
And, a note to my Christian friends who are afraid to broaden their horizons, if you apply common sense and your Jesus Filter (aka The Bible) you can learn from anyone.
In today’s world, there’s no reason for us to not be learning.
You will never arrive at a place where you know it all. No one likes a know it all anyway!
We have so much information at our fingertips that a 13th century monk would be crying if he ever came back for a visit.
Take advantage of all available resources, especially when they’re free!
Don’t be afraid to become an ADD learning junkie.
There are gifts inside of you that the world needs.
Now, get busy learning how to use them.
Influence and Impact Summit: