Summarizing the four situations that encourage learning,
(Practical, Personal, Experiential, and Idealistic).
I believe Personal experience(s) support motivate us to learn better ways of achieving goals and much more. The personal is usually part of the experiential and useful part of listening to advice from the personal things we can be found in to contact with; which delivers more know-how to learn, development and bring in logic. As a whole we have a great idealistic way of viewing our experiences through our own expertise; whether the learning is good or bad it assists us stay in the loop for of issues and remain practical or learn how to what you need about everything we do.
Personal, Experiential, and Practical lessons motivate my personal learning because even if I have gone through some of the same personal things repeatedly, I know through experiential learning I can often learn more than what I have to start with and be practical about it.
I moved to Knoxville TN recently coming from Boston MA, I arrived here by itself not knowing anyone but my own roommate who have lived in Knoxville at the moment. My own experience right here has been a small bit on the monotonous and lonely side trigger I can't say for sure anyone; I wasn't aware that there weren't sidewalks to walk about, the drivers who drive in TN wouldn't head running you off the road, as opposed to MA, people would at least stop and enable you go, MA has a good amount of sidewalks to feel safe walking on. I soon discovered I had not been practical regarding coming to TN; all I cared regarding was the magnificence, the very long hot high seasons and having the capacity to relax. I didn't research I failed to ask the right questions, and i also now have to learn from what I am going through and if you will find a next time for travel Let me make sure I do my research.
~ Elaina A.