How much do you experience what you do?

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Have you ever thought about how you experience what you are doing? Maybe yes, maybe no, it doesn’t matter. Give some thought to the following:

  • Did you learn to ride bike?
  • Did someone show you how to ride a bike before you started learning? How much did it help?
  • Did you experience riding a bike? Did you experience falling off? Did that help?
  • How much do you experience what happens in sport, education and/or work?
  • How much of your experience and learning is what you experience compared to what someone tells you what happened or what you should know?

Consider that teachers, sports coaches, people in the workplace and even some mentors / coaches play a role that tells you what you should know and/or what happened. They tell you what they think you should know or should do but how much of that knowledge and skill do you really understand?

Only you know the answer!


Consider exploring experiencing what you are doing through the 7 senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch, vestibular and proprioception including when it is considered what you are doing isn’t necessarily ‘right’. 

There may be benefits for you experiencing what you feel is happening even when you fall rather than being told by others.

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