Why You Should Always Keep Learning


Below is a video with a true story that happened to me recently… enjoy, and comment below.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/angusfraserdubai Angus Fraser

    Only coming towards the end of my first year of learning in internet marketing with a coach & mentor over 52 weeks of assignments, workshops, seminars & events, & I certainly now realise that the learning process has only just begun!! With the speed that the industry changes, it is going to be essential to continue with my learning & networking after this year to stay in touch.

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  • http://garybloomer.com Gary Bloomer

    Hey Dean,

    Bangin! This really, really is cracking advice and advice that lots of people either don’t listen or that they simply ignore.

    No one knows it all. No one! I’ve been earning my living as a graphic designer since 1985 and I’m STILL learning!

    Likewise with copywriting. It was ages before I wrote an ad that didn’t suck and by the time I managed to pull this off I’ve been writing copy for almost EIGHT YEARS! Whenever anyone thinks they’re the smartest person in the room, that’s when that person has a HUGE problem.

    We all need to become students of life and we all need help: self help, mentors, group help. Vital, vital stuff. THANK YOU for sharing.

    —Gary B.
    Gary Bloomer´s last blog ..Fame at last! My ComLuv Profile

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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt

    Thanks guys, glad you liked it.

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  • http://generositymarketing.com Bryan Bliss

    this is a great point but i’d take it one level further
    I myself both learn from mentors and host a mentoring group for clients.
    ive found that even when im working with people ” less experienced or sophisticated than me” i can often learn from the students. In the questions and obstacles they present i see things from a new perspective. sometimes ive even seen faults or areas for improvement in my systems that ive been teaching when i see them applied by another.
    Its often easier to spot fault and see room for improvement in others than it is to critically analyze our OWN behavior.
    sort of like I can fix you easier than i can fix me.
    But when i teach you to do exactly as i say, then i look upon that and improve it, im really improving upon my own strategies.
    A mentor that uses his apprentices as inspiration and a mirror for imporvement is always improving, always learning and more powerful than someone who never really sees things that way.
    Bryan Bliss´s last blog ..Embrace Life- Embrace Community My ComLuv Profile

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  • http://deanhunt.com Dean Hunt


    I couldnt agree more.

    Sometimes, in your own business, you can’t see the wood for the trees… and I often find my best ideas and strategies come when advising others.

    Plus, as you rightly pointed out, you can learn from people, regardless of their level.

    My group is all advanced –> expert, but I have learnt things from complete beginners too.


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  • http://www.webuildyourblog.com Andrew

    I totally agree. Life is a continual process of learning.

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  • http://bslimbwealthy.com Elizabeth Johns

    Thank you Dean that was very interesting and reaffirms my thoughts on people and their attitudes. I myself do not believe I am the sharpest tool in the shed and am always willing to learn new ideas, however I do not like to be labelled as the dullest either.

    Thanks heaps for all your teachings

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  • http://chipachi.com/ Chipachi

    So true Dean.

    I’ve had a sales coach for over 5 years now and I learn something new every time we meet up.

    If you stop learning, you stop growing.
    Chipachi´s last blog ..Your Ideal Client Part 3 – Psychographics My ComLuv Profile

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  • http://www.teethremoval.com wisdom teeth removal

    good advice yes I try to learn as much as I can squeeze in each day.

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