INTRODUCTION TO EPISODE 22
Do you want to get better but stay interested at the same time? If yes, how do you make sure you're not in a Groundhog Day by Bill Murray’s system, living the same day over and over again? What rhythm can you create that would leave you some space to bring in something new from time to time?
Join Mike on this episode of the Advance Podcast as he shows you how repetitive doing and creativity could go hand in hand and why you cannot choose to compromise on either of the two!
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EPISODE 22 SUMMARY & HIGHLIGHTS
Why is repetition necessary?
Repetition creates results. You need it for your communication in the company you lead or the position you hold. It would help if you kept going on the same track. You need to invest the money over a long period to see the results.
How do you bring creativity to the repetitive tasks you perform?
For every few, do something new. Don't get stuck in a groundhog day, and don't jump from place to place, person to person, thing to thing. Find a balance between the two.
“Repetition creates results. When you do the same thing again and again and you don't just practice it, practice doesn't make perfect, but perfect practice makes perfect. ”
“Most of what you're doing is repetitively the same good thing, whether that's leading the meeting in the same way so people know what expectations you are placing on them and the culture that you're building.”
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