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LEARNING CURVE GOING PARABOLIC

 

One of the reasons I left my career on Wall Street was that my learning curve had inverted.  By staying in my loop, I did not challenge myself to learn new things.  I am learning new things by the hour now and it is exciting, but also very humbling.

 

I have been trying to learn enough Bahasa Indonesian to be conversational here in Bali and also when we head to other parts of Indonesia.  I have been using stock tickers as ways to learn phrases and numbers - might as well put 22 years to good use.

 

Like English, there are many subtleties.

 

I had been saying "Salamat Tinggal" to people because it means "Goodbye" whenever I walked away from them.  After a few days, one of the coordinators said to me: "Are you planning on never seeing me again?"  

 

Apparently, that form of "Goodbye" means "So Long and I will never see you again."

 

"See you Later" is "Sampai Jumpa."  So now I am saying that, but no wonder I was getting strange looks from people for days.

 

Each day I am being corrected and that is humbling and challenging.  

 

But each day I am learning.

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I connect people to the truth of market places and human behavior and I have a little fun with it.  I am currently traveling the world writing my second book and blogging about my experience. I look forward to getting to know you and encourage you to post your feedback in the comment section of this blog.

 

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