Logic Of The Day: 09.03.2018
Dr Victor Franklyn who wrote the book "A man's search for meaning" said that you can divide the things in your life into 4 categories according to the degree of difficulty in learning them. They are;
1. Things that are hard to learn and hard to do.
These are likely to be your weak areas. No matter how much you try and how often you come back to them, they are things that you are never going to enjoy or do with ease. Make them a small part of your life, done out of necessity not choice.
2. Things that are hard to learn but easy to do.
These are likely to be everyday skills that take time to learn but once mastered, are never forgotten like riding a bike and tying your shoes.
3. Things that are easy to learn and hard to do.
These are likely to be activities that although you know how to do them they always present a challenge. They include physical activities like chopping wood or changing a car wheel.
4. Things that are easy to learn and easy to do.
These are where your natural talents are because you engage in these activities with carefree, natural and unrestrained ease and joy.
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