Clinical Psychologist and writer interested in practical psychology for meaningful personal growth. https://nickwignall.com
Love this, bud! I try really hard to do this with my own kids.
For me the hardest part is impatience… I want to leave and get out the door and waiting 5 minutes for my daughter to finally figure out how to buckle her saltwater sandals feels like FOREVER!
Yeah, I think he would say that we should spend a lot more time actively thinking about and digesting ideas relative to time spent inputing new ideas.
For example, in the long-run, you’d probably learn/understand more from spending 3 hours reading one book and another 9 hours discussing it, writing about it, meditating on…