Thursday, March 13, 2014

Learn from Experience

Have you ever been told to learn from your experience? What’s even better is to learn from someone else’s.

Learning from someone else’s experience mean that if you see someone put their hand on the burning stove, you study the reaction and determine if you like it or not. If you do, you can do the same thing. If you don’t, you don’t do it.

Learning from your own experience would be you putting your hand on the burning stove.

There’s more than one way to learn from someone else experience. You can either listen to it on a cd, watch it (through association) or read about it. You never know what you can learn but the more you know, the more options will be available to you when faced with a situation in your life.

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