August 16, 2021

What did you learn in school today?

dog wearing glasses thinking about what he learned today

Do you ever ask yourself what you learned in the school of life today?

What do you know now that you did not know when you woke up this morning?

It is probably more than you first realise. Indeed, you have probably already learned dozens, even hundreds of things today, and also probably forgotten most of them. For example, you held some information in your mind long enough to handle a phone call, but now it’s gone. Most of what we learn on a minute-by-minute basis during our day is transient.

Here’s the important question…

What did you learn today that is worth remembering for tomorrow and beyond?

People who grow faster invest a little time each day to review and reflect on what they learned.

Will you?

My best wishes, Paul

Paul Matthews

CEO and Founder of People Alchemy

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