Making headspace for learning

Your head is for having ideas, not for holding them.” David Allen

Think about all the things you have to do over the next week. Think about all the ideas you’ve had over the past week. Where are you keeping these “to do’s” and ideas so that you can get them done or advance your ideas? 

Are you keeping a to-do list in your head because you’ll easily remember what you need to do until you forget or wake up in the middle of the night and remember? How about an idea that’s so good you couldn’t possibly forget until you do.

David Allen’s statement above can be an epiphany if you’re someone who keeps all these thoughts in your head. If this is you, you’re holding weight and taking up space in your head that is not necessary and is interfering with your learning and growth, among other things. 

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