Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Clarifying your Purpose for Becoming Smarter
I am most curious about they think about thinking (or meta-cognition). This is the ability, willingness and commitment to step back regularly, look at the bigger picture, and see how we are doing in our own right and in relation to others. The main thing about these habits, if you're inclined to adopt them in one form or another, is to clarify your purpose and aims for becoming smart. What are you trying to accomplish, and why is it important to you? This self-reflection can shed light on what you need to do, and not do, as far as raising your smarts is concerned.
These screen shots are from this Entrepreneur video: