When should you be acquiring knowledge? If you’re wanting to develop your leadership skills you need to be acquiring knowledge all the time. Today we look at three tips for acquiring knowledge that anyone can do.
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Good day and welcome to the leading with nice daily. My name is Mathieu Yuill, and today we’re going to continue our discussion on how to develop leadership skills and Oh man, some people are not going to like this, but it is hit the books now that’s figurative. You don’t actually have to hit the books or get reading, but truly a leadership skill is you are always learning. Now I am motivated by the constant acquisition of knowledge. You might find that you’re actually motivated very similarly. I love reading articles. I like reading about things that don’t matter. I, once watched a YouTube video on how there are only 10 Plinko chips in the prices, right? I don’t know why I did that, but now I know it. And guess what? At parties, I bust that out all the time. And people are fascinated because it’s a fact that Plinko is the best prices, right?
But regardless, there are others who are motivated only by acquiring knowledge when they need it at that moment or in the near future. Both styles are correct, but the key is you need to be acquiring knowledge all the time. You can speak intelligently in those moments. So here’s three tips to acquire knowledge. If you’re not really always hitting the books or reading or just remembering things, one book summaries, get book summaries. You can read them in like eight minutes and it condenses an entire book to take people who are smart out for lunch. That’s it should speak for itself. And three, start a podcast, even if it’s for yourself. It’s amazing how much you’ll learn by starting your own podcast that’s offered today for more on this topic. Visit leadingwithnice.com where we want to help you inspire others, build loyalty and get results. Talk to you again tomorrow