Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.

samuele errico piccarini qAc3UNF8Hm4 unsplash“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” Mahatma Gandhi

Did you ever think, as you were driving around in your car, “Wow, this is a total waste of time!” You want to be more productive, but don’t necessarily want to take your focus off of driving by making calls (and you’re NOT texting and driving, of course!)

One time, I was in the car for four hours. It’s not something I have to do often, but being a person that likes to GSD (Get Stuff Done), I was well prepared for the drive.

I want through my collection of CD programs, found several that I liked, and I popped them into the DVD player. Over the course of two days of driving – that I had to do anyway), I got eight hours of education.

It’s been said that your car is a “University on Wheels” and by listening to personal development while driving, you can get the equivalent of a college degree in just a few years. Plus, it makes the time go by really quickly!

If you haven’t tried a “book on tape” or another type of audio program, why not stop by your local library (free) or order something online (not free) today! You’ll be glad you did!

Have fun


PS – I’m very grateful for everything that I’ve learned by driving around!

PPS – Training your employees is a great way to get them to stay with you:

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