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March 27, 2019

#370 From dilettante to virtuoso

#370 From dilettante to virtuoso

Teddy Roosevelt is one of my favorite presidents bc not only was he an underdog, but a badass overall. (He once got shot on the way to give a speech & he damn sure didn’t miss giving it!) Roosevelt grew up frail & suffered from terrible asthma attacks. To combat this, his father told him that he must “make his own body” & Teddy did just that. Roosevelt grew up privileged- whatever he needed he got, but he didn’t let his privilege interfere w/ his purpose. “If I intended to do the very best work that was in me, I must not dream of taking it up as a dilettante.” ~A dilettante is someone who is interested but not committed. A virtuoso is someone who is specialized in skill. ⭐️Which are you? I ask us the question bc we’re dilettantes in many areas of our lives when we don’t have to be.⭐️ Thanks for catching the show. Subscribe & help support the show by sharing with others on social media & show that you’re a part of the Sales Life by thumbing a quick rating & review. ⭐️I want to hear from you! Connect w/ me on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.


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