unlearn

discard (something learned, especially a bad habit or false or outdated information) from one’s memory.

Relearn yes but unlearn is not a word that has come to mind. Once found seemed obvious companion. Wise to recognise that in learning new ways I might need to consciously unlearn old habits too. All too easy when lost to mistake a familiar path for way forward when it is way back. Today’s link has a business focus but the need to sometimes let go before acquiring seems a useful life skill. Clearing the ground so new building has a solid foundation. http://www.forbes.com/sites/margiewarrell/2014/02/03/learn-unlearn-and-relearn/

Have a good day

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