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The key to pursuing excellence is to embrace an organic, long-term learning process, and not to live in a shell of static, safe mediocrity.

Source | Linkedin | Scott D. | VP Sales & Marketing | Forbes Biz Dev Council | Sales & Marketing Executive

“Whom the gods want to destroy they send 40 years of successes”

Stop and think for a moment. 

How absolutely powerful is this statement?

How intrinsically applicable is it to our successes in life.

As anyone working towards something, complacency is the sister of failure.

Regardless of your past successes in business, sales, leadership, what worked yesterday may not work today and most likely won’t work tomorrow. 

Assuming you’ve “figured it out” and that you’ve “done it before” is a great indication that you were successful at learning and growing at one point in your career/life.

Don’t lose that drive, don’t stop growing, don’t stop learning and CONTINUE to achieve success, goals and milestones in whatever you’d do.

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