What’s Your Batting Average?

If you want to experience accelerated learning, stop thinking of a traditional “learning curve.” We typically imagine a curve that gradually ascends to a sharp peak at the end. This may be a true depiction of the learning process, but it can still occur **passively** given enough time and experience.

To take an active approach, visualize a “learning curve ball” – that’s right, forget the stagnant graph.  Picture the live action! Life is lived in motion. You are at bat and the balls are coming in at 100 miles per hour. The balls are not only coming fast, they curve! It is your job to swing and make the “connection.”  (Make a big enough connection and you can even autograph the ball.)

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Every day when you wake up, the bases are loaded. Loaded with problems and opportunities. Loaded with mysteries in plain sight. Loaded with failures. The fans are sometimes booing and sometimes cheering. Do you listen to them? Do you strike out? Do you knock life out of the park? You have the bat and life throws the ball. Make it an opportunity to learn.  Make your mark!

 

Photo by Josh May

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