THE FOUR QUADRANTS OF LEARNING
WHICH YOU PICK WILL DETERMINE YOUR LIFE!
Choose Quadrant II and you will, for sure, build a great life!
Choose the others and you will not do well or you will do poorly.
Which do you choose?
Let's look at the basics, briefly, and then at the four quadrants to choose from.
THE BASICS OF LEARNING
We learn via:
People or examples
III. Instruments of learning
Books, reference sources, audio, videos
If we learn from poor examples or from erroneous "made-ups", results are likely to be poor or at least not as good.
If we learn randomly, we will not learn as much nor as quickly
Considering those truisms, which of the following options do you choose for running your learning and your life? (No choice is a choice for Quadrant III.)
THE FOUR LEARNING QUADRANTS
Though this may well tick off people who advocate it:
Beware of people who have lived life randomly, as they will often have a viewpoint that that is the way to live life!
Ask yourself: Is that the best way, or is it "fallacious" and illogical? Or is there a better way to do it?
Would we try to learn math by some random method or was a structure needed? Would we learn math well from unqualified instructors?
Well, isn't the same true for learning anything, including life. Life is a bigger subject, but we can break it down into pieces and we can learn those pieces and meld them into creating and having great lives where we are far happier than we would be otherwise! By far!!!!
Look at the "appendix" below for more perspective and questions.
SYSTEMATIC AND COMPLETE LEARNING IS WHAT IS NEEDED
__ I commit to:
__ Getting good inputs from “experts”
__ Learning good ways of thinking and making decisions
__ Having enough knowledge to manage one’s life to get what one really wants
So, why bother to learn life well and as quickly as possible? What is the objective we really want in life?
APPENDIX: QUESTIONS AND PERSPECTIVE
If you learn from people who have not quite figured it out but assert an opinion as truth, though they are not getting the desired result, how good and useful will that "learning" be for you and your life?
If you learn from society, won't you be getting alot of opinion (and pressure) from myth and cultural manipulation? (Read the summary at The Believing Brain to see the nonsense that we believe without really thinking!) Wouldn't it be better to learn what reality is and then go from there, rather than operate from false beliefs? (A sign of a false belief is that it begets bad results - so wouldn't it be better to note when that happens and to seek and learn information about what works?) Read What Is Reality? Know What It Is Or Suffer From Irreality.
Wouldn't you rather know how to stop self-criticism and lots of pressuring of yourself that doesn't work? (Read, though you'll have to follow the whole tract at some point,