In 1966, The Beatles decided not to tour or do live concerts anymore. They made the decision primarily because they did not feel they were growing, evolving. When they played a concert, they played the same songs, and most of the time couldn’t even hear themselves play. So they stopped and explored and, of course, the result was enormous growth and influence including Sgt. Peppers, the white album, Abbey Road and others.
I have seen managers and leaders at all levels and in all functions fall behind even though they once were the shining stars of their companies. You must keep investing in yourself. Living the same year over and over is standing still. Companies get surpassed; so do individuals. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Challenge yourself to learn and grow. Do what the Beatles did and focus more on your own development.
What are you doing about this? If you’re serious about taking yourself to a higher level, maybe it’s time for more challenge, stimulation, and reward. Give me a call — we’ll talk about the options.
Copyright 2017 Bob Legge
Bob Legge has an unmatched ability to help clients achieve competitive advantage, leaving competitors in their dust. He has worked with companies across industries and geographies to align critical elements, dominate their markets, and achieve dramatic results, such as 600% revenue increase in three years. Personally, he enjoys sailing where both his strategic abilities and tactical skills help him see interesting places while having a fabulous time with friends and family. .
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