One of the best ways to spawn learning is to generate new experiences in your life. We can get caught in ruts, replaying the same tried and true patterns of life. In doing so, we settle for what we already know and fail to add to or broaden our level of wisdom.

Even a new mindset with observation for doing the same old thing can be a new experience. Look at a mundane task as if it were the very fist time you had attempted it. Alter the routine as you examine it differently than you ever have before. Be curious to remain refreshed from experiences.

Approach at least one thing today that would change your actions and reactions. Change the stimulus that precedes the behaviors required of you. It needn’t be all that complex, just different. Pause to re-evaluate what you think you already know.

Don’t be your own resistance to change your future for the better as a continual learner. If you find it won’t make you better, you’ve at least learned that for certain. If you find that it makes you better, look again for the next change in experience that will build you up even further. There is no cap on our learning.

“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” — Eleanor Roosevelt —


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