Never Stop Learning

This article is part of a collection of small business resources available to DECA members through Fran Tarkenton and the Tarkenton Companies. View a complete list of small business articles here and learn more about Tarkenton Companieshere


An essential element to success is continual learning and improvement.

Mary Beth Bryant, from CelloLessonsWithMaryBeth.com, has been playing the cello for 20 years, and teaching for 10 – but that doesn’t mean she’s stopped learning.

“People who say they don’t need to learn any more scare me,” she says. “A true entrepreneur really respects that there’s always more to learn.”

She is always looking for opportunities to get better as an instrumentalist and as a teacher, and that kind of learning is critical in any business.

No one has it all figured out, and the moment you stop looking to get better is the moment someone else, who is looking for that edge, passes you by.

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