Tapping our Unlimited Potential
I believe every person in the world has the...
- ability and
- capacity to
- learn anything and
Basically, we were first taught by our parents and by the people we grew up with during our growing years and that may include besides our parents....
- our siblings
- the family
- friends of both of our parents
- and caregivers if we have any
It was where we were taught....
- how to write
- and mingle to say the least
Depending on how we were raised and how well our teachers or mentors and everyone we've met along the way has taught us, we were always encouraged to do our best and learn as much as we can and as much as possible.
And depending also on our willingness to make the most of what we have learned from all these people, it became a catalyst on how we faced the challenges in life and how it shaped our future.
It was the case when I was in my elementary, high school, college and my post graduate studies, I did my best to acquire everything there is to learn.
It continued until the time of my first employment to the last employment, to every endeavor I had and every business opportunities I ventured and until at this very moment and at the time of writing, I have not stopped learning.
Brian Herbert, an American author said....
"The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn is a skill, the willingness to learn is a choice"All of us were given a gift.
While the ability to learn is a skill we can acquire from different sources, from reading books and from the wisdom of great people like Napoleon Hill, Steve Jobs, Jim Rohn, Earl Nightingale, Wayne Dyer, Warren Buffett, Brian Tracy just to name a few, the willingness to learn is everyone's decision.
These famous and very successful personalities chose to learn and everyone possessed the willingness to obtain what is necessary in order to attain the success they all have gained from studying and learning all the curves and burned bridges so to speak to be where they were and those who are still alive to be where they are now.
The great scientist Albert Einstein said...
"Once you stop learning, you start dying."
Learning is a lifelong process which for as long as we live and for as long as we are willing, it will continue to enable us to gain the knowledge and skills we need to progress to where we want to go and want to be.
"We might as well learn and make the most of what we can while we can". - amexrnEveryday is a chance to learn.
A chance to develop our existing knowledge and skills and take it to the next level.
A chance to try other things and see if we can do it.
A chance to take a risk because everything and anything is a risk anyway.
A chance to discover what is it you really want.
A chance to be able to say... "At least I tried, otherwise I will never know that I can do it" or whatever the result you may have.. whether failure or success, it doesn't really matter.
What was important was you tried and you have done what is necessary to arrive to the result you had.
You don't want to grow old and say " I should have....." done it.. tried it or taken that risk.
And then you will realize it's too late... but no, don't lose hope..... believe me it is never too late to start something.
Whether it is something you are passionate about, a business, a blog, a website, an online business or anything you think will give you a different kind of happiness and achievement, it is always possible to begin and start today.
I admire people who despite their disability has been able to tap their full potentials.
" The truth is we have all far more creative potential waiting to be tapped"
said Tom Kelly, former manager of Minnesota Twins Baseball team from 1986 - 2001.