There Are Two Kinds of Teachers: Here’s How to Prioritize the Right One

The best teachers want you to graduate from them

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“Who am I learning from?”

It took me until my thirties to seriously begin to prioritize this question. Prior to that, I absorbed who and what was fed to me instead of getting clear on who and what was best for me.

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Co-creator of 2 cool boys with an equally cool woman • Ideas and stories in Fast Co., Forbes, Business Insider • Free storytelling guide: https://bit.ly/3h1KZeT

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Co-creator of 2 cool boys with an equally cool woman • Ideas and stories in Fast Co., Forbes, Business Insider • Free storytelling guide: https://bit.ly/3h1KZeT

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