When you own your time, even disruptions can be opportunities for leisure and learning
I love the honesty, KimSia. It takes courage to tell the truth. I think owning your time is important, though I'm much further from that than you are. And I'm actually glad to know it's not as easy as some folks make it seem; otherwise, I might have given up thinking it's impossible for me (personally) to attain.
def — one big hurdle is that the learner has to decide to learn
which runs counter to how we implement education now
the slow bits at the beginning of any process are both necessary and unpleasant
disruptions are more likely to enable leisure and learning if they are explicitly framed that way
> No two paths look exactly the same even if they may end up in the same destination.
A great point. And even seemingly similar destinations can be starkly different because the fundamental “why” is different for each person.
Q: How did you stop yourself from the temptation of always putting clients first at the expense of going go-karting whilst still maintaining a client-first attitude?