Jeff Daly

“Two monologues don’t make a dialogue.”

Jeff Daly
Chief Designer of the 
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

No one owns all the best ideas.

Every person in history has had good advisors.
Often you need the perspective of others.
Just to learn your alternative choices.

Learning can be achieved by constantly making mistakes.
Then adjusting your approach.

A much faster method, however, is to learn from others.
Their mistakes.  Their successes.

To achieve that pinnacle of success requires three things;
Closing the mouth and opening the ears and mind.

Are you achieving your goals?
Or are you your biggest hurdle to success?

Try using the thoughts and actions of others
To shorten your path to greater achievements.

Yours in achieving your personal best . . .


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