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Goals/The Feedback Loop

October 6, 2019

How much time, effort and sometimes even money have you already spent on trying to figure out how to build a user friendly, functional and easily reachable set of goals? One’s interest, motivation and all enthusiasm start to wane after a few weeks or months of unsuccessful trying. Or how about this; you just finished || Continue »

Four Stages of Learning…

February 3, 2019

It’s a universal truth, that a person’s response to new experience is greatly influenced by their social, ethnic, religious, and political identity. And then we add to that our belief systems, and the influences of our environment. If that rings true for you then it follows that: You have to want to learn “whatever it || Continue »

Modeling or Imitating?

June 1, 2011

Which Method Do You Use and How Does That Work For You? Modeling – figure out exactly how something is done and practice only that model. That means you can’t stop to fix what you just think you did wrong and then continue to do this over and over again. When you feel yourself moving || Continue »

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