I’m in Australia driving my rental car and the one thing I’ve had to learn to be very conscious of is that in Australia, they drive on the left side of the road.

It’s not like I don’t know how to drive or that I’m not a good driver, but from living in North America, we drive on the right side of the road so driving in Australia is almost like learning a new skill set.

With business, whenever you’re looking to get better at something, whether it be writing copy, sales, marketing, leading a team, hiring, operations, etc., every single one of the things I just mentioned are skills.  All of these initially feel like you’re driving on the wrong side of the road.

When we look to improve a skill set, we go through 4 stages.

Unconscious Incompetence – You Don’t Realize You Suck At Something

Conscious Incompetence – You Realize How Bad You Are At Something

Conscious Competence – You’re Trying Hard To Get Good At Something

Unconscious Competence – You Get So Good At Something You Do It In Your Sleep

No one is going to be perfect at doing something right off the bat on day one.  Don’t expect to be a master at anything new right away.

Stay the course.  It’s OK to make mistakes.

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 – 03:00 –  Introducing Today’s Topic

03:00 – 04:35 – Four Stages Of Competence

04:35 – 07:00 – It’s OK To Be Imperfect


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What You Missed

In our last episode, we talked about The 3 Evolutions Of You As A Leader.

You’re going to want to grab a pen and paper on this one because I dropped a lot of insights and nuggets from things I’ve recently learned and am currently learning that will make a significant impact on how you run your business and it’s success.

Yes, while there are 3 skill sets you need to develop as your business evolves and I talk about each one, it’s the third skill set, that really sets the table for the longevity of your business.

If you missed this one, you’ll want to pay close attention to what I share with you.  The 3 Evolutions Of You As A Leader.