My Experiences

         
   

“Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement."

       Experience and learning seems to happen in fits, stops, and starts.  Sometimes it seems one is going nowhere or even backwards. Other times there is steady, progress. And yet other times seem to be peak learning moments, when everything comes together. Such learning moments are often very memorable.  As people look back over their lives they often note their watershed learning experiences - their first kiss, love, death, achievements, etc. 
     
        Just prior to significant learning moments, one sits at the eye of the storm, having experienced the ups and downs and around, there is suddenly only pure curiosity and confidence in flowing with the task/problem/challenge.  This state may be experienced as flow (or optimal arousal).  In such moments, an individually is primed for discovering and developing a new understanding of a phenomena.  It is a "teachable moment".

   


      The teachable moment may not be comfortable.  In fact it is often incredibly confronting, and unless one confronts bravely, leaving the known shore, the moment's learning potential may not be fully realized.  Or the event might be quite accidental, fortuitous, and often comes disguised as bad lack; as

John Dewey said: Luck, bad if not good, will always be with us. But it has a way of favoring the intelligent and showing its back to the stupid.

I believe, we always know about what we do “Right or Wrong”, a person gets recognition, respect and reputation from his or her achievements.

“Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him”.

BEING SUCCESSFUL IN LIFE:

Everyone has a different idea of what ‘being successful' means. It may be running your own business, passing an exam, completing a training programme or starting your first job.

Whatever ‘success' means to you, there are a number of things we can do to improve our chances.

  • where do you want to go
  • what you want to achieve
  • what you have to offer (skills, qualifications, strengths)
  • what employers are looking for
  • the skills and knowledge they need
  • where to start

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