Monday, July 9, 2012

Summer Break

Much of the country is suffering through record-setting heat, we are getting flooding in places that rarely flood, other parts are literally burning to the ground! It is proving to be a very unique summer.

Many students are home from school for the summer, adults are working in unbearable conditions outside and those working indoors are frustrated because the power grid cannot handle all the air conditioning needs, so they have to work in hot environments.

Come with me, take a break and do a little lesson to take your mind off your summer woes for a few minutes. You students can put your computer game down briefly or stay out of the pool for a bit and exercise your brain.

I am a firm believer in lifelong learning and know once you learn something, you cannot unlearn it. Once you see the problem, you cannot look at it and not see it! It will never look the same again.

Studies show students take a good deal of what they learn in school and lose it over their summer break. Knowing that, my challenge to you is to read this exercise: take the rest of your summer break and learn at least one new thing each day. That is one of my goals. I want to learn at least one new thing each and every day. I talk about it my new ebook I Still Believe in Tomorrow.

I issue this challenge to my adult readers: study this exercise, see if you get it; then share it with your co-workers, spouses, roommates and/or children. Then, share it again with someone else.

Here is the problem:

Click on the image to make it larger:


Good luck! I have to admit, I did not get it.

As always, I look forward to your comments.

Later,

Mike

2 comments:

Jeff said...

I didn't get it either. And it was so obvious after I read the answer.

Take care Mike.

Jeff

Mike Patrick said...

Thanks, Jeff,

That was my point, once we learn something, or see something, we can't unlearn, or not see it.

Check out this picture from the Materials page on my website. Maybe, you've already seen this: Who do you see?

http://patcom.com/pdf/20060215/Who%20Do%20You%20See.pdf

Let me know.

Later,

Mike