“The first wealth is health.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
There are many types of skills and knowledge in general that, if learned, can amplify everything that you do.
Improving your ability to communicate, for example. What part of life doesn’t involve some form of written, graphic, or verbal communication? Think about it: blogging, writing emails, tweeting, caption, website copy, speeches, journaling, wit and banter among friends, sharing stories about yourself with relationships, getting your ideas across, job hunting, pitching clients… communication is at the heart of what it means to be human.
Health is another great skill that has reach across your life. Eating well, exercising, and resting can all increase the quality and longevity of your life. How can you put a quantifiable impact on that?
One big part of being multidisciplinary is to cultivate these types of foundational skills.
- How to learn
- How to think
Even just one of these could improve your life in immeasurable ways.
STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing,
— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1060
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