From me to you (and to me, too): What happens when my student is smarter than me?

It’s easy to give advice. I think I find it easy to take advice too.

But for me to heed the words that I say to others? Not so easy.

So this one is for both of us.

As much as my ego, my degree, and my title make my want to be the smartest person in the room… especially my classroom… that’s not always the case.

And that’s okay. It has to be.

My experience is long and theirs, collectively, is wide. And unique.

And if I’m going to keep teaching, I have to keep learning.

And if my student is going to keep learning, they’ll have to keep working with new teachers.

So do  you.

You can do it. You’ll be glad you did.

(And so will I!)

See you tomorrow!

(ALSO! My friend Rob and I just published the latest issue of our podcast for you to enjoy. Find “Marketing vs Sales” on your favorite podcast platform. Pull up a seat and join us, and let us know what you think!)