A repeating cycle of receiving input, processing it to create output, evaluating that output, and evaluating results to improve future processing.
This is an idea Louis shared with me which I have start noticed frequently. It’s similar @RayDalio’s idea that situations are common and we should therefore develop Principles that help us handle these situations.
A similar notion (also from Louis) is that things rhyme but don’t repeat. The meaning is that many situations sound similar, but aren’t exactly the same. Identifying the rhyme makes it easier to effectively navigate these situations.
My daily journal practice splits my life into a series of 1-day Agile sprints, which are in turn a specific implementation of The learning process.