Albert Einstein said the definition of insanity is doing something over and over again and expecting a different result.
How come we are often repeating the same error? We want to achieve different results by doing the same over and over again?
Les Brown in today’s “Daily Motivation” speech ask the same question.
Are you learning anything?
I know I am. But am I learning all I can? Am I learning the right things? Will the things I learn help me to become better? These questions can only be answer by measuring the results.
But aren’t results relative? For one person losing 10 pounds could be a huge success, for another one it could be a huge disaster…
So how do I know if I do well? Till I will figure it out let me use wisdom of Jim Rohn:
Life asks us to make measurable progress in reasonable time. That’s why they make those fourth grade chairs so small – so you won’t fit in them at age twenty-five!