The only edge that you have in this economy – which is moving ever faster & deeper into the internet/connected/tribal/information age – is how much of a learning culture you’ve immersed yourself in. This culture could be a mastermind group, a community that you’ve built, a challenge (such as the MFC) that you participate in with friends, or even just by yourself.
Part of this learning is necessarily audio based. Adults tend to learn best by being impacted from all their senses — eyes ( reading, video ), ears ( see this post. ), and via “touch” ( positive association with others of like mind, purpose, and vision. ). A topic like this could easily form the thesis of a whole book; thus, this post will cover a major theme of the value of such learning. Learning, framed w/ the right mindset ( humility, honeable, hungry ) can easily equate into wisdom, as you learn how to discover, which is a core of true education.
With that foundation, laid, below is a list of the many fundamental reasons why you should invest in your own thinking via audios:
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> They put a lid on your own self-talk, so you don’t take advice from yourself. Bottling up your personal negativity is a key forward step to living for significance and not just survival..
> They substitute in something that is positive & valuable to help grow yourself.
> The impartation of timeless principles of success and good living.
> They take the place of the world’s dominant media, the vast majority of which is very negative, de-edifying, and lacking in wisdom.
> An input into building a strong attitude & sharpening your purpose.
> Give you staying power and persistence, allowing you to get through low points, valleys, and the inevitable bumps in life.
> They start to build an entrepreneurial mindset, one of an owner.
> The building of dreams, encouragement of belief in something bigger than your present reality.
> They teach principles of self-confidence, posture ( steadfastness ), & individuality ( vs. negative peer pressure/conforming to the crowd )
> Principles of consistency, which are lacking often in a society that is so steeped in a microwave mentality that pits the ‘quick fix’ ahead of ‘staying the course.’
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May you find this insight valuable on your own pathway to personal growth, change, and as you learn how to serve others first. Thank you for taking the time to read, and all the very best!
* with sincere, heartfelt appreciation to Mr. Chris Brady, whose talk inspired the content of this entire post ( some of the wording and organization of the points was mine – icing on the cake 🙂 )