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How Teachable Are You???

September 8, 2012

When we say, “How teachable are you?” we are actually looking at your Teachability Index. What a mouth full! Can the Teachability Index be measured? Why is it important? How does it apply and affect our everyday decisions? All these will be answered.

First the Teachability Index is measured by 2 factors on a scale of 1 – 10.

1. Our willingness to learn

2. Our willingness to accept change.

If you say, for example, you have a high willingness to learn and you rate it a 10 then your willingness to learn is a 10.

Then you rate your willingness to accept change at an 8.

With these two numbers your Teachability Index is 80.  Not bad.

Now lets create a scenerio. You are having some difficulty with finances and someone approches you and says they have an opportunity that can, if you apply the system and focus your attention on the project for one year,  you can become financially independent. You say “GREAT” but what do I have to do? The answer then becomes your worst fear. You must give up what you love the most such as playing golf. All of a sudden your willingness to accept change drops to  o. Now your Teachability Index is 0.

My friends, success is a decision away and very often we want to better our lives but we are not willing to accept change to make it happen. I am sure if you sit back and think about this you can identify with several incidents in your own life where this was true. Did it rob you of a dream? Did it rob you of a better life? Did it rob you of success? WHAT ARE YOU WILLING TO GIVE UP FOR SUCCESS?

Have you ever had a passion to have or do something but did not think it is possible?

It is possible. You can do it.

Next Post – “Training Balance Scale”

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