Learn one of Robin Sharma's SOPs [standard operating procedures] that he encourages you to wire into your daily life through consistent practice, because as you know so well: Consistency is the Mother of Mastery.
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The ritual of daily learning, and I call this the 60-Minute Student. The 60-Minute Student, no matter how busy you are, no matter what's on your plate, you absolutely must, if you want to be legendary in your marketplace, you absolutely have to do this. Schedule 60 minutes a day for your learning. It could be listening to audiobooks. It could be the next day listening to a podcast. It might be reading quietly. It might be writing in a journal, because writing in a journal about what you're learning, what you learned from your day, what you're learning from your life, that is learning. But 60 minutes a day, I absolutely challenge you with great love and respect, wire it into your day because that ritual will allow you to know more about your field than anyone who has ever done your field in the history of the world.
I mean, education is inoculation against disruption. And as you know more, you can achieve more. And we do live in a world where there is such a fascination with entertainment and everyone loves pretty pictures, and it's really easy to spend the best hour of your best days looking at what your friends are eating. And I'm suggesting to you, you think like a student.
And here's the thing about every master. Every master thinks like a beginner. They're always learning. I mean, when I look at the masters, they're like, "How did that person do that? I'm trying to deconstruct how that icon of the field does it. I'm always reading. I'm always going to conferences. I'm always having conversations with people I can learn from."
So remember, the ritual of daily learning, and don't just do this once a month, daily, because consistency is the mother of mastery.