The Wake Does Not Drive the Boat

“In times of great change, the learners will inherit the earth while the learned find themselves well equipped for a world that no longer exists”. -Eric Hoffer

The core principles of learning are ancient. We have much to learn from the wisdom of the past.

Diamond Mind is grateful to learn with Bryan Sykes, an expert on neuroscience, giving us a scientific view of the momentum process. We had the opportunity to extensively interview Bryan in early 2020. Momentum University has yet to launch (our original intention for these conversations). There are a treasure trove of gems drawn from his powerful retool and refuel  program, his medical and neuroscience experience and our joint experience as ChangeWorks® practitioners.

The focus of today’s video short is a reminder to each of us: 

Learning happens by experiencing the moment…. good, bad, preferred or not – In the moment. 

Don’t bury your energy in the dead past!

As always, we welcome your thoughts, ideas, experiences, insights, in short we seek conversation.

Central to the Diamond Mind Manifesto is:

Let’s start with our conversations.
At its root, “it’s to change together”.
It’s transformative.
It’s an exchange.
Of energy, of words, of time, of care, of faith in the process.

-from the Diamond Mind Manifesto

About the author

Tom Rosenak leads Diamond Mind Enterprises with decades of experience as a persuasion and management training consultant. As a certified TotalSDI Facilitator, he pays special attention to clients’ strengths to develop them to their greatest capabilities. Call Tom at (847) 530-3471 and start building your persuasive abilities today!

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