Example: “Knowing Something”, then Actually Learning It.

Published 23/02/21

Yesterday, I talked about the difference between hearing information, and living it. Today, an example:

A couple of years ago, two of my friends happened to fall off their bicycles in the same week. Luckily they were both wearing helmets and weren’t hurt too badly.

After this happened, our friendship group started wearing helmets more often than previously.

But… not so far into the future, most people had stopped wearing their helmets again, falling back into their old habits.

Apart from the two friends that had crashed.

Because their accidents had directly affected their lives, they were able to consistently apply the ““It’s safer to a helmet when you cycle.” advice going forward.

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