Learning Everywhere

Learning Everywhere

 “The moment you judge something, you stop learning.” ~ Lynda Austin.

There is no such thing as failure; only unexpected outcomes. What we call failure is an outcome that disagrees with our agenda. The more attached we are to our views, the harder it is to be adaptable in the face of the unexpected, and the more incapable we are of finding learning in every moment. And we are more inclined to react, than respond.







As you go about your week, be conscious of where you are attached to a point a view, and how this attachment may impact your response, or block learning and creativity.

Instead of resisting, be curious, and in the Spirit of Yes And. Be open to what this moment may have to offer. You may begin to see learning everywhere.

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

Thank you ~ Photo by Anissa Thompson ~ Image ID: 412023

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