Too often when we create learning opportunities, expecting bravery. We expect participants to overcome their fear and engage.
From the Blog on growth mindset
Change is about jumping into a story that is already being told and impacting the storyline. It is a mindset.
Think of all the things you done – from the mundane to the exciting – Today is just one more day of learning.
What can you do in the next 10 minutes? My list is so long, I’m overwhelmed and you are asking what I can do in the next 10 minutes?
There will always be people further ahead on the path we are travelling. Comparing ourselves with them doesn’t help. How far have you come?
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.
We see the arrival and rarely the journey. If you are walking to Toronto, it makes a big difference if you start in Niagara or Vancouver.
Comparison can be useful for learning. It can lead us to asking the wonderful why question. And in that way, comparison can be inspiring.
It is easy to put someone we admire on a pedastel turning them into gods, while reminding ourselves we are human and full of flaws.