From my early days with Lee Thayer about 20+ years ago, it has always been about being in the learning mode. Vistage, formerly known as TEC (The Executive Committee), was one of the many organizations that Lee infected with being in the learning mode as opposed to the knowing mode. Red Scott would always say: You're green and growing (learning mode) or ripe and rotting (knowing mode). I added that for many of us we turn to rotting and composting so that we can once again become green and growing. It's not what I know that gets me in trouble. It's what I know that just ain't so...that does. ozzie MIndfulness.com
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