In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by David Loy
In this episode, we answer a listener’s question on becoming somebody who asks “Why?”
Andy’s levels of achievement from The Little Things:
- Z: Z’s are the people who don’t do, don’t know, and don’t accomplish anything.
- D: D’s know how to do
- T: T’s can not only do something but can also teach
- L: L’s can not only do and teach but can also lead others in doing something.
- H: H’s can not only do, lead, and teach, but they also know how a principle works.
- W: W’s are so high on the ladder that we miss them. They know why a principle works.
You can’t get the full value of a principle until you understand why it works.
- Our parents teach us not to ask “Why?”
- We only ask “Why” when something is going wrong.
- Understanding why a principle works can only happen while observing the principle working, so always ask “Why is this working so well?”
Something can be true but not the truth.
- The truth is knowledge about something. The truth is the bottom line, the entirety of the thing.
- When people have a problem, they keep looking until they find something true, but they rarely continue looking until they find the truth.
Personal growth doesn’t end until you die.
- The hill is always going to get steeper and you will always be climbing.
Tune in to hear how to become somebody who asks “Why?”
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