Are You Failing To Feed Your Mind?
Posted on Mar 18, 2011 by Marcella Simon
Today I am sharing with you my ideas of a 'learning curve', why would I do this you may ask. Well the truth is that most of us at the age of either 16 or 18 choose to stop learning after leaving school or college. We find our first job and paper, pen and books becomes a thing of the past. For some people, the accelerated learning process will continue as they head into university, but for most it levels off when they get their first job.
Now I want you to imagine what would happen if you kept up an accelerated learning curve all the rest of your life? Can you imagine what you could learn to do, the skills you could develop, the capacities you could have?
Why must we think that learning is only for those years we are in the educational institutions. The truth is, we must never stop learning, there is too much to see, too much to know and too much to experiences for us to give up on our minds.
You must feed your mind just as you do your body. You wouldn't stop eating just because you have now grown into an adult, so why choose to stop feeding your mind. Ask yourself the following questions:
What would happen to me if I stopped eating tomorrow?
What has happened to me since I have failed to feed my mind?
Feed it with good ideas, wherever they can be found, always be on the look out for a good idea, an idea for personal improvement and family improvement.
What was your answer to the second question?, was it good or bad?
The future truly is yours, but first you must see it clearly, believe it can and will be yours and then go out there and take all the necessary actions to achieve what it is you truly want.