People teach you to stand up for yourself and fight for what you believe in until what you believe in is different than what they believe in.
"In the sciences, the authority of thousands of opinions is not worth as much as one tiny spark of reason in an individual man." -- Galileo Galileipic.twitter.com/EXmuHqWsyN
Love yourself. But also analyze and be critical of how you think, act & behave. Self love without self awareness is useless. Be accountable.
Students should be made to think, to doubt, to communicate, to question, to learn from their mistakes, and most importantly have fun in their learning.
• Study hard • What others think of you is none of your business. • It's OK not to have all the answers. • Experiment, Fail, Learn and Repeat. • Knowledge comes from experience. • Imagination is important. • Do what interests you the most. • Stay curious.
Things that Schools should teach: • Being wrong is not a bad thing. • It's Okay to question what you have been taught. • Grades aren't as valuable as skills. • Understanding is more important than memorization. • Making mistakes is Okay. Learn from your mistakes.
Don't just teach your children how to be successful, teach them how to respond when they are not successful, teach them how to handle failures and learn from their mistakes.
FOUR Productivity FEYNMAN- strategies: i) Stop trying to know-it-all. ii) Don't worry about what others are thinking. iii) Don't think about what you want to be, but what you want to do. iv) Have a sense of humor and talk honestly.
The ultimate purpose of education is to change an empty mind into an open one. If you wanna be a good teacher, teach open-mindedness, teach enthusiasm, inquisitiveness, heuristics, and values.pic.twitter.com/h5sVfwHfGx
Your intelligence cannot be measured by a number. It is defined by your willingness to learn, solve problems and try new things. You are more than just a number. Develop your skills. Share your brilliant ideas. Your skills are more valuable than your grades.
Your mistakes don't define who you are. It's what you do after you have made the mistakes that makes all the difference. Every mistake you make is a learning experience. They don't make you less capable. But it's how you correct them or learn from them that defines you.
1. Read and write more. 2. Don't hesitate to admit when you're wrong. 3. Be comfortable changing your opinion. 4. Find a mentor. 5. Stay teachable. 6. Make mistakes and learn. 7. Don't get offended easily. 8. Ask questions. 9. Spend time with nature. 10. Stay humble.