In Studentry over Mastery, I suggested… “My thought to you is to start with what you are truly interested in learning. Around what do you passionately, naturally and persistently see yourself as a student? Our studentry, our true studentry… is our path to mastery. Perfect as a noun is but a myth. Perfect as a verb is our best reality; enter studentry.“
My simple, singular thought today is “What interests you as a lifelong learner?” For me, this picture gives me some of my own clues.
Our heroes and favorite stories can provide clues. But, deep down, you know what truly interests you to learn, with the Courage to accept it. What would that look like as a, dare I say, life long learning journey?
Start with what interests you; truly interests you. See what signals they send on your natural “expertise”. Is there a common thread for your own uncommon desire to learn, grow, practice and serve?
Read and reflect on Student over Mastery. Find it. Do that. As hobby, or work… it will be fulfilling to your Soul.
Peace, passion and prosperity…
“Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.
Character is like a tree and reputation like a shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing. ― Abraham Lincoln