Fill up your days with learning: read a book, attend a lecture, ask someone a question. Share an idea. Participate. Engage. Do. Do the Do.
Proactive learning is an excellent way to build relationships because it requires you to turn your attention to someone else. You must listen to learn and grow.
Yesterday evening I attended a ninety-minute lecture by Dr. Greg Barnes, D.C., Maximized Living. His subject was nutrition. Did you know the average American consumes about 276 lbs of sugar and corn syrup combined each year? I didn't. Did you know that cancer cells have four times more receptors for sugar than healthy cells? Did you know that people with at least 75% the required minimum level of Vitamin D3 in their system are practically free of cancer? To get the minimum level of vitamin D3 each day, you must be outdoors on a sunny day naked for at least twenty minutes? I didn't know. I always thought my bald head was like a solar panel that boosted my absorption of D3 rapidly. That's why I shaved it. Nope. Your whole body must be naked and involved except for your boxers. Or you can take a quality supplement...a single drop of D3 on your tongue.
Proactive learning is doing with a capital "D."
Smile. Think. Listen. Write. Share. Grow.
Whatever you're doing, you're becoming.
Do the Do.
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!