I Don’t Need To Like You To Learn From You

I have to admit that I’m not a big Anthony Robbins fan.

I’m not sure why actually.

Perhaps I’ve just never really spent enough time with his material.  I freely admit that a small sample occasionally  probably isn’t a good measure of the entire meal.

But just to make a point, even those people who aren’t your “favorites” can teach you things.

And now that I think about it, there have been several wonderful teachers that I didn’t like who taught me tremendously important skills.

I’m thinking that may be a topic for another post.

But for today, lets continue the series on mentors that started last week.

This is an important lesson.

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