Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Study & Activity - The yin and yang of growth

I like to use the example of a recipe book. If you read a recipe and never apply or try the recipe, what was the point of learning it? If you want to make a cake but never learn “how to”, how will that work for you?

If we follow this logic, we can see that not only both are important, study come first.

It’s possible to start with activity but the first few months are still considered study. If you want to make a cake, without first reading the recipe, you will figure it out through trial and errors. It will take longer and that “trial and error” process is the study part.

We learn from studying and we understand from activity.

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