Experiment regularly, you will never know it all but every moment can teach you something so you can know more today than you did yesterday.
Life is a journey of lessons but as we know you can take a horse to water but you cannot make it drink. So we may be taught lessons every day but it is up to us to take responsibility to learn those lessons and implement them in our lives. So the purpose of this site is to open up your mind to possiblities of what humans can achieve and what being a human means and then to inspire you to take the next step in your life and make it a step towards your best life.
What no one else can do is do it for you because your life is your responsibility. You are responsible for figuring out what your possibilities are and what being you means. Your life is your journey and your responsibility and it is also you reward.
So take this site as a set of ideas, opportunities and tools which can help you take steps on your journey but it cannot take the steps for you or learn the lessons for you. That is for you and you alone.
Learning is about growth through experience which means doing and changing because if you have not changed in some way then you have not learnt. This is why humans are so inherently strong because they have adapted over immense time to the challenges placed in front of them but knowing how to tap into that inner strength is a skill in itself gained through a lifetime of experience.
Everything you do from your hobbies, your work even your holidays teach you things and make your life better if you know how to learn from them.
Committing to self development means learning and implementing the right habits for you and searching for better habits and new ideas when you don’t have the right answer for now or what is to come.
- Wharton psychologist on how to reach your potential: People ‘really underestimate the slow learners, the late bloomers reminds us of the value of learning something every day.
- Late bloomers also tend to be particularly skilled at turning weaknesses into strengths, and if you can master something you’re bad at, you’re well-equipped to handle most types of challenges, Grant told “Squawk Box.”