Is Ignorance Bliss? Identify Your Unawareness (Podcast Episode)

Is Ignorance Bliss? Identify Your Unawareness (Podcast Episode)
👋 Hey Purpose Talkers,
Last week’s episode Be Authentic:5 Mindful Transitions inspired some questions and sparked conversations about changes we can make. If you haven’t heard it please queue it up next!

Bible Passage:

James 1:5, “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.”

Notable Quotable:

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”~ Albert Einstein

In this Mentoring Session

Journal, Action Steps, and Self-examination Prompts to Clarify, Organize, and Prepare
  • Clarify: Action Step One: Identify how ignorance is affecting your life.
Are you actively listening so the discussion comes alive and includes others around you?
  • Organize: Action Step Two: Find the lies of confusion.
  • Prepare: Action Step 3: Strategize how you will practice learning in every situation.
What are the consequences of our ignorance?

Bite Sized Google Definition:

An ignorant person refuses to notice or acknowledge their lack of information, they may intentionally disregard the facts.

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