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Savor the Learning on the Way to the Solution

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When we played as children, it wasn't just about the end result, it was about absorption: being so caught up in a delightful activity that we lost all sense of or care about time. Absorption held us in the joy of make-believe or putting things together. Whatever we did, the fuller thrill was the process, not the end result. How do I know this is true? Because often after finishing one make-believe role, we'd quickly begin another; and, soon after building something, we'd take it apart to build something else. The deeper thrill was in the doing, the exploration, the play itself. Remember to savor the learning on the way to the solution.
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