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Change the way you think about learning…and change your life!



As a child, many people learned, to hate learning,


or to simply tolerate it because it was forced on you.


You learned to sit quietly in your hard chair with a desk in front of it.


Too much talking meant trouble,


working together was cheating,


raising your hand to answer a question was risky


because if you’re wrong it was embarrassing.


Asking questions meant you didn’t understand, and you needed more help.


Sometimes you felt like everyone else understood..it was just you.


As an adult, learning may not feel like an exciting idea…but remember these truths;


you can choose to learn about ANYTHING you want now


You can learn the way you like to learn (by hearing, watching, doing, or all),


LEARNING doesn’t have to mean SCHOOL…it can be many things;


conversations, reading articles, books, blogs, watching videos, youtube,


it can be asking questions, joining facebook groups, other social media,


your options are limitless!


THE MORE questions you ask, the more you can learn. Questions aren’t bad!


Leaders ask the MOST questions.


We live in a time where people repeat and believe most of what they hear


without doing any LEARNING of their own,


or, they outright reject and hate what they don’t agree with.


Let’s start to value learning…


Learning leads to confidence, happiness, boldness, strength, humility, openness,


it leads to more money, more opportunities, more appreciation,


it leads to more freedom, less confusion.


If you don’t love to learn, it’s time to change what you think about learning


and figure out how you can learn to love learning NOW.



2 comentarios


Keith Miller
Keith Miller
25 may 2021

As you mention, learning is the key to success or in the least opportunities. Curiosity didn't kill the cat - apathy did. Thank you, Will!

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Keith Miller
Keith Miller
25 may 2021

As you mention, learning is the key to success or in the least opportunities. Curiosity didn't kill the cat - apathy did. Thank you, Will!

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