The Art of Learning

Below is an info graphic and link from the Facebook page, The Art of Learning. Some of the components are perhaps arguable; The concept of competition and the ‘winner/loser’ debate, for example, continues to rage on but are not necessarily fixtures of the linear model of excellence. In studying people throughout history who managed to find and sustain excellence during their lives, failures and the lessons learned from them are in almost every case a common denominator.

Still, this remains a good illustration of how the linear model of excellence continues to dominate not only business, but politics, sports and most importantly the future of our children’s education.

The Art of Learning.


Do you learn from your mistakes?

“What’s missing in many people’s beliefs about success is the fact that the more challenging the goal, the more frequent and difficult setbacks will be. The larger your ambitions, the more dependent you will be on your ability to overcome and learn from your mistakes.”

-Scott Berkun