Feed Your Brain

Feed Your Brain

Feed Your BrainCharles Snyder Raw #2. Yesterday I talked about Our Vivid Vision for my company and learning from others. So its titled Staying Focused – Charles Snyder Raw #1.  Late last night I finally finished that document and published it on our website.  Which you can view now without having to download anything.

Feed Your Brain - Charles Snyder Raw #2 - It's unscripted, unplanned and unedited (for the most part)

It’s already ready already

But the point for today, which ties in with yesterday, is to feed your brain and keep learning.

What I’m getting at here is…

The main idea here is that I got these ideas and motivations by always learning.  I feed my brain with books, webinars, and classes by the people that have what I want.  Every Tuesday I am plugged into several networks, absorbing as much as I can and putting it into action.  Well actually it’s not just Tuesdays, I try to learn and improve every day.

For example, I discuss in this video where I got the motivation for writing and publishing Our Vivid Vision.  Another great example is that the idea for my Charles Snyder Raw videos is something I got from learning and networking.  Even my discussion in the first video of that series came indirectly from those webinars and professional groups.

Feed Your Brain: Learn more to earn more!

I can say without a doubt that reading and learning have been instrumental in the growth of my business and me personally.  If I had to say what single biggest thing has helped me the most, I would say it’s learning and putting it into action.  I am talking about a two-step process of developing new skills and then doing something with it.

Faith without action is little more than dreams and wishful thinking.  Kinda like always learning and never doing is a waste of time too.  So yes, the topic in my video is about learning and growing, but the underlying message is that you also have to do something about it.  Enjoy!

Feed Your BrainCharles Snyder Raw #2

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