You should have mentors, peers, and followers

Find the best mentors you can, and follow them, you’ll learn by osmosis without even realizing. Even Newton had mentors and admitted he was standing on the shoulders of giants.
Prefer the ones busy and constantly improving, and also cultivate relationships with them in order to learn kinesthetically (learn by practicing) and not be just reading/listening to their material.
To find them, attend their book signing, get in touch with them, interview them for an article (and send them a gift).
Also look for people “under” you, to charge up your confidence, and people at your level to exchange ideas and motivate each other.
An ideal ratio of this kind of people is 33% each.

(inspired by Tai lopez step 4: Picasso’s Rising Tide & The Law of 33% Law of 33% )

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