“Reward movement toward the behavior you want—and ignore the rest.” It’s a simple principle with profound implications for how we best approach any learning relationship.
The same skills that make great on-stage improvisors — spontaneity, courage, focus, humility, and playfulness — make for resilient and creative teachers and learners as well.
Every moment contains the wisdom we need. Stop. Take a breath. Come back to your body, your knowing, and your ability to connect with others. Take your learning deeper.
How we think about learning directly determines what we can learn. Challenge, effort and even failure can become friends. Change your mindset. Change what’s possible.
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A spark. A breath. An intention. Something brought you into being. Will you honor its call?
Anima, n. (Latin): the breath, vital energy, or creative principle; the soul.
Anima: a life-affirming way to learn.