Observe Everything! The World Is Your Classroom!

One of the most important skills one can have is the skill of observation. A true self learner has the ability to learn from anyone, in any situation, at any given time. Men and Women like Albert Einstein, Sir Isaac Newton, Malcolm X, Jane Goodall, and others did not just rely on what that had learned in books. They went out into the world to test what they had learned and noticed patterns and ideas that had yet to be discovered through the practice of observation. While you may not have an “aha” moment that allows you to create a law about gravity like the Apple falling on Sir Isaac’s Newtons head, but you may be surprised what you learn by observing the world around you. Understand––the world is your classroom.

From Tough Situations…To A Positive Mindset

The mind is a powerful thing. I’m sure you’ve heard that saying before, but what exactly does it mean to you? Have you ever thought about the impact that your thoughts have on you? A good chunk of what we do during the day appears first as a thought before we actually “do” an action.…

A Quick Thought About Success

In this blog you’ll come across the topic of success. I want to be clear, success means something different to everyone. Your definition of success may be a good job and happy family, while others definition may be financially, educationally, socially driven or it may be a combination of multiple factors. The key is to…

Your Gift vs. Your Passion: A Brief Explanation

Gift: It is my belief that everyone is born gifted in certain areas of their life. You know you have a gift when you excel at something with little effort (although it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still work to improve in that area). For example, you may be a naturally gifted public speaker. With little…


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Author: L.S.H.

I'm a young man originally from Northeast, Ohio. Learning is a lifelong process.

2 thoughts

  1. You make a very important point – “you may be surprised what you learn by observing the world around you. “I really enjoyed your article. It supports my philosophy that travel is the best education. Thank you for sharing.

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