With an open mind you might learn.
You might replace old beliefs and thoughts with refreshed ideas. Change is constant.
New thoughts and ideas that you’ve discovered may remain dormant, but they are there.
Thoughts and ideas need to be activated to draw value from them.
We may only look for those refreshed ideas when we face dooming challenges.
It may be too late to begin a practice of learning at that time.
We may forego addressing our weaknesses (we all have them) until it is too late.
With an applied learning practice, you are always feeding the open mind with ideas.
With a continuous practice for impact, ideas are applied well before disruption.
The impact that you create from an applied learning practice differentiates.
The team that won the Super Bowl made the better applied learning practice adjustments in a more timely fashion (barely).
What is your applied learning practice? Is there time to wait? Clock is running.
“Growth comes at the point of resistance. We learn by pushing ourselves and finding what really lies at the outer reaches of our abilities.” — Josh Waitzkin —