Year Of Insight
An experiment of capturing life learnings and insights.
It’s not about what you’ve learned; it’s about what you do with what you’ve learned. But how can you apply what you’ve learned if you don’t remember them in the first place?
If you think about it, the amount of information we process over the course of a week is staggering, much less a month or a year. No wonder many of us struggle to remember what we’ve learned.
What if I told you there’s a better way of learning that not only allows you more effectively capture but also retain your learnings? And the best part? It’s fun, fast, and fufilling.
Now more than ever, we are constantly bombarded with an never-ending stream of signals from our environment. If we processed all of them at once our brains will explode, so naturally, our brains hone in on the things which are important for us. The question is, who determines what’s important for us?
That’s right, you do. Experts agree that we are primed to pick up words of significance — our names being one . The things you focus on determine your reality. If you decide you want to learn, you’ll start noticing your learnings. It’s a self-fulfilling cycle.
As Rumi said, “What you seek is seeking you.”
My question to you is: Are you focusing on what’s important: Your insights and learnings?