Do you find yourself struggling with changing your behavior? Real learning is hard, but keeps you from making the same mistake again.
I wrote this article a few months ago: Sorry, I Don't Love Learning
Have you seen this scene in the Matrix?
I mentioned the book Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell*
1. Ensure that it’s something important for you to learn
- I mentioned the book Soar With Your Strengths by Donald Clifton and Paula Nelson*
2. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
- “When you are tough on yourself, life is going to be infinitely easier on you.” -Zig Ziglar
3. Recognize that what you’ve been able to change your behavior on is really challenging for others
“Every single time I get on a plane I’m really glad that the plane is not being flown by someone who just always loved planes.” -A teacher quoted in Building A Better Teacher by Elizabeth Green*.
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