Logic Of The Day:20.12.2018.
When I first started out in my sales career I sought out mentors and surrounded myself with people I could learn from.
However, as soon as I reached the level of success I was after, I took my foot off the gas from surrounding myself with people who held me to a high standard. I thought that I was good enough to do it on my own, and this was a mistake that I paid dearly for.
When we think of coaches, we think about someone who is going to help us get to the top.
However, my first boss taught me that achieving success is the easy part, sustaining it is a whole other ball game, and that it absolutely cannot be done alone.
“A good coach improves your game. A great coach improves your life.” — Michael Josephson.
~ Michael Thompson (The 8 Pieces of Career Advice That Helped Shape A Career I Now Love)
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