I read an article over the weekend by Bill Taylor over on the HBR Blog and came away with two great questions for personal reflection and self awareness. Taylor is the co-founder of the Fast Company magazine and the author of two of my favorite books (Practically Radical and Mavericks at Work). I’ve discovered more great insights in his writing than almost anyone else.
There were a number of great ideas in the article, but a line from John Wooden caught my eye:
“It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.”
Here are the two questions (to help you keep on learning):
- Are you learning, as an organization and as an individual, as fast as the world is changing?
- Are you as determined to stay interested as to be interesting?
I guess I’m a collector of questions and I love these two. I thought you might too!