Broaden Your Horizon
Just because you’re not sitting in a classroom doesn’t mean that you can’t be learning new things. The biggest piece of dismantling the beliefs that are currently limiting you is taking the time to educate yourself about new things.
Each one of us has a library of memories and experiences that help to create our perceptions of reality. That reality can stay very small if we don’t actively seek out more information and experiences.
If your goal is to broaden your perception of reality, take time to read more articles, listen to more podcasts, and have more conversations.
Find something that interests you, but you know little about.
You can set up alerts on your phone for news headlines or look for video tutorials on YouTube to teach yourself new skills. A great way to start challenging your current perspective is to take some time to learn about history.
Many of us get a very watered-down and summarized version of historical events in grade school that doesn’t cover content that is crucial in developing an understanding of the world that we live in today.
After all, history does repeat itself – So it would be of use to learn more about it!
“The capacity to learn is a gift; the ability to learn is a skill; the willingness to learn is a choice.“ – Brian Herbert