by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, LearningTagged as: Effort, Relationships
I was at the Report on Business Television studio, taping a few segments for some upcoming shows. In between, I spent time chatting with the host, Anne Gaviola. I made an off-hand remark that she must meet a number of fascinating guests; her reply impressed me.
She said that indeed that she did meet many interesting people, and she always makes a point of learning something new from each of them. I could just imagine all that she has picked up, and it reminded me of the need to make an effort to do the same with each new person I met during the day.
(For the record, she had asked me how I “fit it all in”. I answered that those who spend time thinking about how they spend their time, often find they have more of it. And the same is true about money, relationships, and pretty much everything else in life.)
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