Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Look at it as: (1) exciting because it’s a First Time, (2) an opportunity to experience something different and one of a kind, and (3) an adventure to be enjoyed.

In getting out of your comfort zone you will either be greeted with success or failure. Whichever comes as a result of the change, see it all as a LEARNING EXPERIENCE.

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Some Problems Could Be Solved By Making Drawings

From elementary school up until now, I have always used my original system of literally drawing mathematical problems.

I am still amazed at the remembrance of those classmates who could look at the board in a second and then write down their answer a lot quicker than I could finish reading (and understanding) the first sentence.

My mathematical ability is limited to the number of my fingers and toes. Everything else exceeding them are rendered in sticks and circles and a poor child’s imagination. Continue reading