From the Blog on Learning

Why did you do that?

Why did you do that?

Our ‘why did you do that’ comes from an angry place rather than a place of learning. ‘What did you learn?’ might even be a better question.

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You can’t

You can’t

You don’t know how many ‘can’ts’ there are before ‘you can’. This is true for you, me, and everyone. And for everything we learn to do.

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Enablers

Enablers

None of us are ‘self-made’. None of us are an island to ourselves. We are all enabled by others. Who are your enablers?

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Comparison

Comparison

Comparison can be useful for learning. It can lead us to asking the wonderful why question. And in that way, comparison can be inspiring.

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