New learning experiences
Creates a context where new learning and new social connections can happen . I am writing about this today with the intention of motivating you to try finding “ a new thing to do .” and then go towards kind connections that make your being thrive day after day
I graduated as a registered psychologist well well well into my adulthood . Swimming , French and learning to crotchet were very new to me .
Immersing ourselves in new learning experiences – is a neat way to know yourself better. We become our own teachers as we gain insight into what helps us learn. I find this fascinating and it has brought a new dimension into my personal and professional outlook -of how children and adults learn and what motivates the learning or the mastering of a technique to the next level …
What makes the new learning experience worthwhile -every time – is the link -to the context – the connections – the influence of the individual directing the learning experience . For example in my swimming – in my tryst with crotchet – and in my lectures – the adults directing the sessions played a huge role in motivating me to be where I am now – happy – confident – grateful and well.
Everyday when I am at work – I feel incredibly happy – for the people that I work with – the people that I meet – lessons and teachings that come about in plentiful abundance Blessed is he who has found his work – Thomas Carlyle
I am also sharing a Maori proverb that affirms the significance of relationships most beautifully . What is the most important thing in the world ? He Tangata, he tangata , he tangata It is the people , it is the people , it is the people –