Do you like reading books? At some point, you'll realize (if you haven't already) that the lessons you learn from different books are just the same.
Do you attend seminars? Same thing.
Yet, we continue to read books and attend seminars. We keep on learning and relearning the same lessons.
A comment I got on the blog was that my writings were obvious and repetitive.
But, as Brendon Burchard puts it, "Common sense is not common practice."
Sometimes (well, most of the time), we need to hear the same things again and again before we take action. (I'm guilty of this too. That's why I write about the same things.)
We, humans, also tend to forget the lessons we learn. We're a forgetful bunch of creatures. We need to be constantly reminded.
Here's an honest question: Are you consistently applying the lessons you've learned?
If not, then you're in the right place. Welcome to the club of forgetful people! (If you haven't already, I invite you to subscribe to The Daily Email so I can keep reminding you of life's simple lessons.)
If you are, then congratulations! I'm genuinely happy for you. You're awesome! It's sad for me to admit that there are probably very few things you will learn from this blog that you haven't already learned. But, thanks for visiting the blog!