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Life-long Learning

May 13th, 2009 by judytalks

The drive to learn is built into me. I always loved school, can spend hours in a library, and eagerly pursue knowledge. I’ve spent most of the past year learning about business, and particularly about website businesses. Both these subjects are like foreign languages to me. My proficiency is sub-par. However, I began a web business to inform and connect with people on my subject – grief, loss and recovery -and I plan to continue to learn because that’s what it takes for success.

How often have you begun a project that interests – even excites you, only to discover that there are requirements that frustrate or bore you? Now comes the hard questions. Do you tackle it? dump it? or find someone who loves what you hate to keep the ball rolling?

If it takes a whole village to raise a child, it also takes a few (or more) good people to get a good idea off the ground. I finally realized I could accomplish more if I do what I do best – write- and let others do the stuff that drives me crazy. That is, perhaps, the best piece of information  I’ve ever acquired.

I’m a great promoter of connecting. There’s a saying “Don’t die with your music still in you.”  Connect with those people who sing a different tune than you do, and see what great music you can make!

As always, I wish you well.


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