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When did you last learn a new skill?

When did you last experience something different?

If the answer to either of these questions is, “a while ago” there is a chance you may have become complacent.

Complacency can mask itself as comfort. Excuses like being busy or not having enough time masquerade the real feeling against learning something new – fear.

More specifically – fear of failure.

The irony is that we live in an age of constant disruption. Not learning new skills or broadening our experiences because of this fear is the quickest way to realising that failure.

Committing to continuous improvement and growth is the best way to avoid the easy life!