Remember to Forget

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Sometimes I don’t want to forget … like sharing Laura Gilbert’s work! Laura’s organization, Back to School for Grownups, is a coaching and consulting firm that helps adult learners succeed from start to finish by clarifying educational goals, identifying strengths and challenges to educational achievement and creating a workable plan to connect education to career growth.

So, if you are someone who has been toying with the idea of further education (it is back to school time), you may want to forget all the reasons that get in the way…

  • the stories that interfere with taking a step toward exploration or
  • completing the application or
  • worrying about making the right decision.

So many times it is the things we remember that get in the way … most things we forget cannot hold us back

because without a list of reasons why something will not work, we are free to try new ideas or possibilities.

So, what do you want to remember to forget? If it has to do with continued learning for adults, check out so that you can see with fresh eyes. And, if not related to that, what would serve YOU to remember to forget (or to forget to remember)?

Looking in the rearview mirror is something I want to remember to forget. While the past can inform me, there is nothing I can do to change it. I want to look forward with open eyes forgetting the “what ifs” and “might have beens”.

What practice will support you to remember to forget? I’m holding the rearview mirror as my reminder. Each time I peer in the rearview mirror, I repeat … “remember to forget what no longer serves me”! Share your “remember to forget” mantras with us.


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