Always Relearning

“We have learned how to do a lot of things. We must try to relearn why.”

Flora Lewis

One important aspect of learning is relearning. Refreshing our skills, even going back and studying the fundamentals, is an important part of improving our skills and taking things to the next level.

We become a different person when we learn something. And as we improve, we gain clarity and depth in our skills. Things might have seemed new, challenging, or perhaps even a little hard to fully grasp. But then, over time, we change. Ever so slightly it may be.

Relearning allows us to go deeper. Relearning the fundamentals allows us to solidify our foundational knowledge and go beyond our current level of skill.

By re-approaching the basics—or what we (think we) know—we can compare our more developed mind and skill to where we started with a different perspective.

Perspective is everything and will improve our skills even more. Of course, we don’t want to let our relearning distract us from taking action.

The goal is to remind ourselves:

• where we started and how much we’ve learned.

• see what gaps we’ve been overlooking.

• And why we decided to learn it in the first place.

STAY BOLD, Keep Pursuing— Josh Waggoner | Daily Blog #1680

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