Check out what’s going on around you as a matter of casual exploration. No agenda. Just wholesome curiosity.
When you hit the headwinds of adversity, find your angle of approach so that the adversity creates some advantage instead of letting it stop you.
I have become more INPowered as I have become more curious about new experiences, especially if they might help me grow or mature as a person—that will nurture me.
When we explore the habits and behaviors of the exceptional, we often find that they developed their talents by training in areas other than their specialty.
Going deep on an issue takes a willingness to know and understand information that will help us make good choices.
Our intellectual health is similar to our physical health in that junk food will provide the calories to keep us alive, but not provide the nutrients to keep us healthy.
A different way to know gives us a different way to understand. And a different way to understand gives us a different understanding of our world and those with whom we share it.
The most brilliant people in the world are the first to admit how little they know in the grand scheme of things. But the fool scorns wisdom.
Learning can be threatening. It’s like being an explorer who is willing to be the first one to venture into uncharted territory.
As soon as the analytical practical side of us says, “that’s silly,” that’s when we are being invited out to play, to wander around, to take the side trip into wonderland.
Through that gateway we find an ardent desire for something we believe in, and so the fantastic voyage of enthusiastic action is launched, and it must inevitably become reality.
There is no physical reason why anyone should become set in their ways. The brain is pliable and regenerative. Everyone can think young.