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Pausing for a Sense of Wonder Can Boost Learning and Goal Achievement

Feeling a sense of wonder about learning or pursuing a goal is a way of celebrating in advance — and it can help you get there, too.

Outside my house there’s a long, steep set of stairs to the top of a hill. Up there, you can sit at a picnic table and look out on a beautiful view: green hills, little white houses, and beyond them, the ocean.

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SK Camille

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I write about change, growth, authenticity, and faith, with warmth and optimism. She/hers. http://skcamille.space

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