Monday, February 27, 2006

To be Better Informed, Get Closer to The Action

Driven by shyness or an intense fear of being called on, many people avoid sitting in the first two rows of a classroom and immediately lower their chances of success.

If you find yourself in a seminar or lecture, try to sit in the first two rows. The closer you are to the instructor, the easier it is to concentrate. You won’t be distracted by chatterbox classmates and you’ll be in a better position to hear. It will also make it easier to take notes, particularly in a large lecture hall.

By eliminating factors that can undermine your learning, you will benefit and will be better positioned to build a stronger business.

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