Are you staying sharp in business?
I know for me that this is a needed process. I just reviewed a webinar that I had been on in November, and realized that I had missed some key points to the training.
You may be wondering why I’m bringing this up. Better skills could mean more income for you and your team. It could fortify relationships. It could also mean ease of implementation of skills in other areas.
According to Wikipedia, students can loose as much as 3 months in learning due to summer break. My son-in-law, who is a high school Economics and Government teacher, can also attest to this data.
If students, who are many years younger than most of us, need to review…how much more do we need to do so?
A passage I found in the Bible, I believe, also backs up the point of staying sharp in business.
“If the ax is dull
and it’s edge unsharpened,
more strength is needed
but skill will bring success.”
Listed below are just 3 benefits of reviewing from a site called Reviewing.co.uk
This article indicates that reviewing provides:
- A better way to communicate
- Creates better integration between talk and action
- Increases range of strategies for effective transfer
*Read the rest of the article for more benefits.
These three tips are useful for staying sharp in business.
The more skills you have for adaptable learning for yourself and team will
be a bonus for growth. Implementation is crucial for retaining skills.
No matter what we have going on, it’s always good to review and continue to learn for staying sharp in business.
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