Get print book. Dawna Markova , Anne R Powell. Conari Press , M01 1 - pages. This guide presents a creative, positive approach to the role of homework for parents and children, illustrating how with parental help, homework can rekindle and support the urge to learn and take away the drudgery.
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Selected pages Title Page. How much have you changed in the past 12 months? How much have you changed in the past 5 years 60 months? What new challenges are you taking on? What new books have you read that have completely changed your paradigm? What new relationships and experiences have opened you to new worlds of possibilities?
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What suppressed pain and trauma have you freed yourself from? What bad habits have you finally given up? What relationships have you healed or let go of? What addictions are still stopping you from living your dreams? One of the most fundamental components of making positive change in your life is developing a healthy relationship with your parents — whether they are alive or not. All parent-child relationships have some form of baggage because no parent is perfect. Every parent has their own problems and through those problems they raise their kids.
Any good parent would want this for their children: to go beyond where they themselves were. Parents must be fully forgiven and viewed in a loving, appreciative, and honorable light. No matter how flawed. Even if just at the emotional-level, this relationship is very important to your ability to make desired transformations. Does your body control you, or do you control your body?
For most people, the body is completely in control. One of the most basic and well-tested methods for regaining control of your mind and body is through fasting. Most of your triggers and memories — and thus identity — are tied to places and environments. When you get out and see new things, you open yourself to new insights and experiences which open you up. Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
In a powerful lecture on how our brains change through experience, Neuroscientist Dr. Dafna Shohamy explains that our brains assimilate information for the purpose of prediction. Being able to predict how our behavior will lead to outcomes is one of the most important goals of our brains. Shohamy is a learning signal to update your expectations for the next time.
Prediction errors are exactly what you want to experience more of… if you want a lifetime of growth. This is why failure is such a key part of success. Failure is what occurs when you incorrectly predict how things will go based on your limited knowledge.
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Because you experience failure or prediction error, you can then update your expectations and strategies for the next attempt. This is what growth and innovation are all about.
Thomas Edison embraced prediction error. He embraced his own mental and experiential boundaries. He was willing to fail over and over and over because for him — failure was about learning. It was about changing and expanding himself. To quote Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
Thomas Edison had to update and refine himself constantly to become the man he became. His failures and experiences transformed to wisdom and understanding.
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Intelligence is applied understanding. There are lots of people who have information in their heads. But wisdom and intelligence is the proper application of knowledge. Interestingly, there is lots of research showing that as people age, they generally become LESS open to education. They become LESS open to new experiences. As people get older, they really want their lives to be predictable. Their life increasingly becomes an echo-chamber.
JoyBell C. The only way that we can grow is if we change. The only way that we can change is if we learn.