There is nothing more frightening than having to push through barriers.
Fortunately, and thank goodness, the barriers, rather than being physical, are mental.
They are what we think. How we see ourselves and whether we think we have the ability (or even courage)!
In a 6-part series, I am going to tackle what these barriers are, why they exist and what we can do about them. In each example, I will try to address everything, but being complex, as we are, there will always be things that I have not touched upon.
I would love you to join on me on this journey to discovering what holds us back from becoming who we want to be.
To begin, let’s look at what are these 6 Major Barriers to Learning:
It looks like we have our work cut out for us.
There are many perceived barriers, and all can seem insurmountable! However, as my experience has shown me, these barriers involve beliefs that are not in our best interests, and if they remain unchallenged, can result in us, including you my dear reader, living lives of quiet desperation.
As Henry David Thoreau so eloquently put it:
“Most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song still in them.”
Let it not be us.
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