Personal growth can never be measured exponentially.
(One: I haven't watched the videos.
Two: I had to confirm to myself what 'exponential' means.)
I still don't think personal growth is exponential.....
I should shut up.....Edit note:
Ok. As a child at school, I suffered from Dyscalculia, which is the numerical equivalent of dyslexia. I kid you not, maths would make me break out in a cold sweat. I hated it, I feared it, I resisted it.
In time, thanks to sympathetic and considerate teachers (Yes, they exist!) I overcame most problems, but maths and I always had - and still have - an uneasy relationship. In fact, at times, I surprise myself at how well I do, even though I would term myself as really poor at maths. Forget physics, algebra and the rest of it.....
I began to listen to the tape, and listened to the definition of exponential... 7%....10 years, whatever.
I heard it, just a second ago. But I can't explain it.
All I know is that every 10 years, the figure doubles.
Exponential learning: Shinzen Young (like, apparently, many) has it wrong.
In my opinion.
He needs to see this tape.....