The quality and direction of your life is shaped significantly by common everyday behaviors. The more often you engage in a behavior the more opportunity there is for it to make a big difference in your life.
On top of that, the behaviors you engage in daily are establishing patterns in you. You want these patterns to be skillful in the key behaviors that make a difference to your quality of life, your production, and your impact on other people.
Having a lot of experience with something doesn’t make you skilled at it and doing something most days doesn’t necessarily make you better at it. The real measure is the effect and impact of your actions.
I’ll highlight some underrated everyday skills I observe tomorrow. For today, you tell me: what common everyday skills are under-skilled because they’re undervalued on their importance and impact?
Everything is training for something. Do the work.
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Brian Kight is a multi-industry leader on the topics of leadership, culture, and behavior. He provides simple systems that produce exceptional results for organizations, teams, and people.