So, I’m trying to learn a new skill.
Have you ever seen the film Labyrinth with David Bowie?
Did you see the bit where the crystal balls are moved around as though they were made of air and free from gravity?
Well that’s what I’m trying to learn to do.
It’s really hard.
But then almost everything is when you can’t do it – it only becomes easy, or relatively easy, when you can do it.
So that’s what I’m trying to do – go from I can’t to I can.
Now, I know that this process may take months.
I may lose my desire to achieve it before I ever master it.
I may decide that’s it’s just too difficult for me (I don’t have the best hand eye coordination).
I may get bored or super frustrated with my inability.
But then again – maybe I won’t.
Right now I can’t do it – I can barely balance the ball on the back of my hand.
Soon I will get better at that. Then I can move onto the next step.
Lots of little steps to get good at…then one day I will be able to do it.
I’ll have gone from I can’t to I can.
Next time you tell yourself you can’t do something ask yourself some questions…
…What to I need to do in order to be able to do it?
What steps must I learn along the way?
Is there some resource I could use to help me?
What support could I have?
If you get these things right there is almost nothing that you can’t do …. eventually.
Here’s a taster of what I’m working towards…
2 responses to “The process of learning – going from I can’t to I can”
Wow that’s amazing. Looking forward to seeing a video of you doing this in a few months time!
fingers crossed – or not – that might make a difference!
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