Being observant is a skill. Like most skills, some people are more natural and pick up a specific skill more easily or quickly. Others may struggle to learn a specific skill. Being observant is having the ability to notice things around you and then use that knowledge to make decisions, adjust your actions or behave appropriately. The longer I live, the more I realize that being observant is something that is underappreciated and is lacking in the majority of the population. Technology doesn't help. Depending on GPS keeps us from looking for landmarks. Depending on SIRI or ALEXA replaces our need to pay attention and learn so that we can answer our own questions. If you want to make a big improvement in your life and leap over the competition, practice the skill of observation. "Observation is so key to success and development. Always be on the lookout and listen out to see and hear things that you can use." Kevin Eastman
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