One of the most magnificent things in life, I think, is learning. Learning what? I hear you say. Learning anything, I think is great. Just fall in love with learning, get curious.

There is so much information and so many ideas out there it is amazing, particularly with the Internet

The reason I am mentioning this is, in my observations I see so many people just doing, thinking and experiencing the same things day after week after month, and it seems that for many of them, they have lost the desire to learn anything new. They are so caught up being busy, that they miss out on all the amazing opportunities that life can provide.

Of course I continue to learn heaps from a professional perspective, in some cases through necessity, but mostly through curiosity and I love it. But on the personal side I just love learning about different things.

Over the years I have been an electrician, a salesman, a photocopier technician, a professional musician and many other twists and turns have been taken.

Most recently I have developed an interest in motorcycle riding and in the last year I have done at least five different courses. I have just started Scuba Diving in the last couple of years and continue to do courses to refine my skills and knowledge. I go Four Wheel Driving and have done courses, I have a passion for sailing and I am constantly learning about it. I have invested loads of time and money in learning about computers, software, hardware, flying helicopters, doing woodwork, welding, building, photography, audiovisual and the list just keeps going on and on.

My point is that constant and never ending improvement is essential, because if you are not green and growing then you are ripe and rotting!

I am sure that there are many things that you would love to learn more about or experience, so I am suggesting that you ensure that your daily, weekly and monthly planning creates the space for you to get into it. As you have probably heard, you don't get a rehearsal for life, this is it. So don't waste a second of it, get out there and experience and learn as much as you can.

Just look at people like Albert Schweitzer who was a world renowned concert organist, an M.D., a surgeon, a missionary, an author, a teacher, a theologian, a pastor, a philosopher, established and ran a hospital, and the list goes on.

It is reported that he slept no more than three hours a night from the age of 17. He died in 1965 at the age of 90 years old. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952 for his efforts.

I think Albert used every moment of his life to the fullest, how are you doing?

Till next time, remember you only have your bad habits to lose so,

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