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It’s been said that you should listen twice as much as you talk, because you have two ears and one mouth.
It’s been said that you can’t learn while you’re talking. [This is demonstrably untrue – talking often becomes a means by which we hear ourselves and gain insights – but we can’t learn from others while we are talking.]
There’s leadership potential in both silence and with words. Leadership requires communication; communication does not require words.Leadership requires communication; communication does not require words. Click To Tweet
The most successful people I know are those who can see ahead, and then plan for what’s to come. Businessman, Paul J. Meyer said, “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” Planning not only only makes us more productive, but it helps with innovation, preparation, and can help us with predictions for the future and sales forecasting. Yes, success typically comes to those who plan and are focused on the road ahead.Productivity is never an accident. - Paul Meyer Click To Tweet
So, if you’re not one who likes to plan, here are three reasons to become more mindful with planning your future: