Remember to keep Developing
A good friend of mine from KS once said, “I’d rather have ignorance on fire than knowledge on ice.” That simply means that he wanted to work with people who are hungry and excited to do something and want to get going now. That is similar to the phrase “You can’t teach people to be hungry.” You either are or you are not. Yesterday I had the opportunity to train with a group that was hungry to learn and develop themselves. The day you decide that you no longer have to get better, don’t worry, you won’t have to tell anyone around you that you made the decision. It will show up in your attitude and how you treat others.