This is a good one! I wrote this for you.
The most important thing in learning is to say 'yes or no'.
Think about this. When and why would you say yes?
Do not be afraid to say no. Often I look at a student and ask them two or three times; do you understand?
Then I ask them to repeat it.
It is obvious they do not know how to say 'no'.
Because they could not answer the question effectively.
It is not good enough to guess or assume.
It is deadly.
Ambiguity cannot exist in success. We must clearly define our intentions or the implications of our
behaviors will be second rate.
Sacrifice by being present in the matter of risk. It is not a word. It is an action.
This is critical.
You must be a THINKING BOATER, we are not trained monkeys, we consider and discuss all risks.
Be genuine, say yes when you are 100% sure, and no when you are 99.9% unsure.
Shawn Alladio & K38
Posted: April 17, 2020
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