What I learned this week

Way back in June I started to look at the Growth Mindset as one of my 30-day challenges and somewhere along the line I mentioned that I’d been trying to note down something I’d learned every day. Until recently I’d been able to find at least one thing each day, but lately I’m really struggling. I don’t think that’s necessarily a bad thing – learning one amazing thing in a week is surely better than learning seven useless things.

But I thought it might be fun to challenge myself to try and at least note down three things that I didn’t know before each week and write a post each Sunday.

So here is the first of a (possibly) regular feature: What I learned this week.

  1. I learned that Simon Sinek (author of Start with Why, which I am currently reading) defines authenticity as when everything you say and everything you do, you actually believe.
  2. The capital of Latvia is Riga. This came up on two quiz shows I watched, two nights in a row.
  3. If you use a Lush coffee face mask you get coffee grounds all over your shower when you wash it off.


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