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How to Exercise an Open Mind

Updated on June 23, 2011
Exercise an open mind
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 WikiHow gives an article on ways to exercise an open mind. An open mind seeking out different stuff daily will make you more creative and smarter. Here are several interesting suggestions. Exercise these easy ideas and experience the joy and fulfillment of an open mind.

Try new things such as listen to different kinds of music, try to see another person’s perspective, lifestyles, join clubs, talk to someone you wouldn't normally talk to, get to know your neighbors …etc The key ingredients are to be open to new experiences, and changes in previous ways of thinking about these experiences. You'll never know until you really do it.

Failing isn't a waste of time since it instructs you what doesn't work and opens your judgment to what will work. If you're need a lot of new things to exercise your mind, so you're probably going to be failing at a lot of things and this is right. Discover how to face your fears. If you experience nothing about computers, do not be afraid to work around with one. Get into strategy games such as checkers, chess and bridges.


WikiHow  “One hour of increased brain activity via thinking a lot or experiencing new stimuli can make you smarter, more energetic, more creative, more sociable and more open to new experiences and ways of thinking.”


 

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      prasetio30 6 years ago from malang-indonesia

      very inspiring. Thanks for share with us. I always try to open my mind. Good work, my friend. ~prasetio

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      Eileen Kersey 6 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Yes we should embrace the failures with the successes. Continuing to learn is the secret of youth

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