What Will I Learn Today?
This is a simple question with ... ... tell us that we learn more in our first five years thanin any other time of life. Iím sure thatís true, but that doesnít mean we
This is a simple question with far-reaching implications.
Psychologists tell us that we learn more in our first five years than
in any other time of life. Iím sure thatís true, but that doesnít mean we canít continue to make a respectable showing.
We can learn something new every day despite the fact that we are hampered by a great learning impediment:
We are adults.
Just ask yourself, ďWhat will I learn today?Ē
Make the powerful assumptions that you have something to learn, you are able to learn it, and you will come across it today.
With these 3 key points settled, you can go about your day with a confident expectation that some insight will emerge.
This will happen on its own time and in its own way. Usually, it happens when you least expect it.
You are on the way to find something else. Your mind is preoccupied with other matters. You are temporarily at a loss and decide to give up for now.
However, some thought trickles through the other thoughts and you say to yourself, ďI didnít know that,Ē or ďI didnít know I could do that,Ē or ďThatís a good idea!Ē
Donít you love when that happens?
Well, that is the rule, not the exception.
And it is born of an attitude of expectation.
One can take classes on every self-improvement subject under the sun and, without this attitude, learn little or nothing in spite of the effort.
Conversely, one can learn wonderful things everyday and never visit a classroom.
The difference is attitude.
Let every day be a treasure hunt of learning experiences.
Build the expectation that a new learning experience is just around the corner and you will discover it.
You will not be disappointed.
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