How to maximize learning and problem solving when goal setting.

When you have set your goals and made a plan to achieve them, normally there is a learning curve.

You will note if there is no learning curve, your goal may be within your comfort zone. Any goal that stretches you will mean learning something new.

Next, you will come across obstacles, which we can call problems. Or if you been to lots of positive thinking class, opportunities.

In this video, we cover a natural and one of the most powerful tools for both accelerating your learning and kick-start problem-solving machine per excellence.

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