Our childhoods are dominated by trial and error. Learning to walk and talk are two consuming activities that require us to fail many times before we meet with success. So why is that as adults we’re often less willing to take risks, or to stick with something new after we’ve failed? This is one of the central questions in The Practicing Mind.
Thomas M. Sterner discusses why adults often have a different learning style than children, and then he details his approach to learning. An approach that can be applied to a wide variety of different skills, in many different disciplines. Through The Practicing Mind, you’ll learn how to develop patience, discipline and focus, all while enjoying the process.
Learn More: The Practicing Mind: Developing Focus and Discipline in Your Life — Master Any Skill or Challenge by Learning to Love the Process by Thomas M. Sterner