… helps us advance. Occasionally it is worth letting go of tried and tested habits to learn something new. This increases the prospects of achieving a feeling of success and creates new connections in our brain.
In that process it absolutely does not matter whether we learn to play a new instrument, speak a new language, learn a craft or a take up a new kind of sport. And the best things about this is: If the new activity manages to inspire us, this acts as a fertilizer for our further development (Gerald Hüther, Neurobiology: Enthusiasm is a fertilizer for our brain).
People who learn something new from time to time can utilize their own personal treasure of resources – that’s the spirit of Power-Facilitation.