Two words that help you grow


In a world of distraction, where focus is an endangered species, two words help: direct experience.

We can also support that by thinking about the concept of what we want to focus on, of feeling excited about it, anticipating it. That helps.

But the only way to actually get better at something is to do it. We can watch YouTube videos on how to cook the perfect omelette, but until we actually break some eggs we don’t get to eat.

Direct experience is how we learn.

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