052: Be a Great Student of Dog Training

In this episode, Jerry Bradshaw discuss:

  • The expert paradox and how it prevents learning.
  • Sacrificing in order to continue your education.
  • Asking good questions, how to ask those questions, and being in a place to receive.
  • Learning from mistakes and being attentive to what you’re doing

Key Takeaways:

  • Sometimes you have to play around with the theory yourself before you start to understand the theory.
  • Take every opportunity you can to listen and to learn.
  • Asking good questions takes practice and refinement.
  • Lessons learned through failure are the most important – it gives you a point of reference for the future.
  • Everything you do or do not accomplish is on you – if you don’t do the work, it’s your fault.

Connect with Brad:  

Website: K9TacOps.com

Book: K9 Tactical Operations for Patrol and SWAT & K9’s in the Courtroom

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“Everything in life is about being proactive.” — Jerry Bradshaw

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