One Thing You Can Do To Stay Open-Minded 

Think about the various people in your life. Who strikes you as the most open-minded? I find that most often it’s children. Children are the most open-minded little creatures. That’s because they are constantly learning and constantly being bombarded by new ideas. It feels very natural for them.

Here’s a simple hack you can do to stay just as open-minded as a kid. Emulate them and never stop learning. That’s easily said, but how do you actually put in into action?

There are plenty of opportunities to learn new things all around you. You can start by reading some books or watching documentaries on topics that interest you. If you have a community college or even university in your area, check into their continued learning programs. You might find some great classes.

If you enjoy listening to audiobooks, look into sites like Not only do they have plenty of fiction and nonfiction audio books, they also have “Great Courses” which are series of University lectures that have been recorded.

Another option may be to pick up a new hobby. It’s fun and educational to learn a new skill. Consider gardening, work on your woodworking skills, or try your hand at ceramics or photography. Or how about a painting class?

Let’s not forget your professional life. There are a variety of programs, courses and certifications you can look into that not only help you to constantly learn and keep an open mind, but also help you earn your next promotion.

Learning a new language is another great option. Not only will it help you communicate in a new way, most language courses also teach you about the culture of the country or region. The bonus is that as you start to learn, you can reach out to some native speakers and learn even more about their culture and their day-to-day lives. The internet is making it possible for us to have conversations and make friends with women across the globe.

The internet is an amazing and readily available resource for learning just about anything. YouTube in particular is very helpful when you’re learning a new craft or skill. Check it out and get in the habit of continual learning.

Ok, here’s your assignment for the next few days: 

Pick one new thing you will start to learn this week. It doesn’t matter if it’s a class, a book, a course, a new language or a new hobby. Be adventuresome! Just pick something, get curious and get learning. And don’t forget to have some FUN in the process!