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Laws of Lifetime Growth -Always Make Your Learning Greater Than Your Experience

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series The Laws of Lifetime Growth

This is Sullivan’s law #2. This essentially means learning from experiences. It is possible to have many experiences yet learn very little. If we do not consciously think about what worked and what didn’t in the given situation or event, then we run a very big risk of losing out on the great opportunity for growth, and of course quite likely repeating the same mistakes multiple times.

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Importance of Context: A lesson from buying furniture

Often times people make statements which when quoted elsewhere, sounds like something different from what was originally said or meant. This happens when words are taken out of context. We’re all familiar with this, and probably even had it happen to us.

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