When I was a kid I loved science.
I even had a subscription to Science Digest when I was in junior high school.
I read all kinds of books on Quantum Physics.
Of course, they had all the math stripped out, and only had the easy to understand concepts.
When I got to college, and had to start studying REAL science, it was pretty difficult.
Once you put the math in, it gets less “entertaining” and more work.
But without the “work” it really IS only entertainment.
But once you “do” the “work,” and you start to understand how things REALLY work, then you can USE science, rather than merely appreciate it.
If nobody ever took the time, the MASSIVE amount of trial and error that goes into scientific research and discovery, we wouldn’t have much stuff. No medicine, worldwide instant communication, air travel, microwaveable cheeseburgers.
This happens on a global scale, and this happens on a personal scale.
The more you understand, the easier it is to interact with the world and get what you want.
Most people are too scared, too worried, and want to be told what to do.
Since there are a LOT of people waiting around to be told what to do, and few people who not only KNOW what to do, and are willing to tell others, most people end up not getting much.
However, the good news is that it’s really easy to get out there and start figuring it out.
In fact, built into your brain is a super learner. Now, most people misunderstand this to be a “super undertander. Meaning if you say the magic words or listen to the right mix of sounds you’ll suddenly be blessed with universal understanding.
Doesn’t really work that way.
If it did, we really wouldn’t need our bodies. We’d just be this big brained creatures that sit around all day and understand stuff.
Because you have BOTH a brain AND a body, you need to use them both.
Use your body to get out and interact with others. Enjoy the world through your senses.
Use your brain to keep getting better each and every time.
That’s what learning is. Action, review, understanding, more action.
But if you don’t take action, and you aren’t OPEN to the feedback, you won’t learn.
Once you kick off this feedback loop, and see how easy it is to get better and better, you’ll wonder why you didn’t get started much earlier.
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