“The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education.” - Albert Einstein
Is your #real estate business where you want it to be? I'm guessing not, because you are showing up to this #real estate training website looking for something. But should you be looking for more ideas, information and knowledge. Or should you be looking for ways to implement, accountability and ways to create action-focused habits?
Check out this 56 second Productivity Nugget to see how I explain the difference between training and education.
Now I've said that training sucks before. So am I contradicting myself?
There is nothing wrong with #education. You need to know what you don't know. The problem becomes when you are sacrificing activity for the need to know more. A great blog post about why some smart people don't take action might help you understand why you keep seeking out educational classes instead of #real estate training, action focused workshops and programs.
What do you need right now?
Real estate training for your business or eduction for knowledge?
Your bank account might be giving you feedback about which one you need.
Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do. -John Wooden
Mike Rohrig, writes a blog about Beaverton real estate in the Portland area, shared with me that he feels one is more idea based and one is more about taking action.
Geordie Romer, a real estate agent that keeps a blog about Leavenworth real estate thinks education is about acquiring general knowledge and that training is more about learning something more specific.
So that's my perspective on the difference between training and education. And thanks to Mike and Geordie for sharing their opinion.