Monday, February 28, 2011

Always a beginner, never an expert

I strayed from JPIA because once in the industry for a while, I didn't want to blog as a "newbie." I wanted esteem. Well I'm here to say that was a rubbish idea.

Andrew Hovell, a planner over the pond, says it best: "I'm an idiot. Good." No matter if you just found out you want to be a planner or you've been in the industry for 20 years, keep your newbie hat on. Stay curious, stay involved, keep reading, keep trying.

A planner's job is never done.

1 comment:

Hamish said...

Hi there,

Big fan of the blog! been coming here since last year. In fact, it was one of the reasons i made the move into planning last year.

I'm a junior planner in Australia. I was wondering if i could ask you a couple of questions about the MAS account planning bootcamp. I'm pretty keen on going there myself in the near future.

Do you have an email address or anything that i could use to get in touch?