Reinvention requires we learn new skills in new domains. Often that means taking several steps back in order to leap forward into mastering new skills. It’s easier said than done, because pride, ego, and limiting beliefs can get in our way.
Years ago I discovered that what I read matters more than how much I read. In 2019, I realized that reading the same thing over and over on repeat takes my learning and thinking to another level. Turns out reruns are good for learning!
When I launched my first reinvention, I identified the skills I believed would help me succeed the most and invested in learning them. Today, I find myself needing new skills for my next reinvention.
Fixed mindsets aren’t always that obvious. Recently, I enrolled in a new course and struggled to make progress. After some reflection, I discovered I was getting in my own way of learning.
One of the challenges with reinvention are all of the new skills you must learn to be successful. However, this can also be one of the best things about reinventio