Learning Is Complicated

Grandkids have so many thing to learn because learning is complicated: When we become adults, we forget what it took to learn many of the things we now take for granted, so discover more in this video.

We often see something and know what it is without even thinking. And if someone says “red triangle,” you’re not confused if you should look for a red or a triangle. You know what the noun is and which is the adjective (the color).

Grandson Beckett forces Granddad Charlie to slow down to notice all the individual steps in learning. It’s like when your computer runs really slowly: you normally see a webpage load in your browser but when the computer runs slowly, you see all the individual parts load individually.

And these life lessons are helpful when it comes to teaching our children, helping colleagues at work, or presenting video-marketing information live before a large crowd.

Discover more through watching Beckett, Charlie, and “NOT My Grandson.” Learning is complicated, so we need to break it down into its component parts!

New Video Episode published each Thursday. See how these life lessons impact YOU too!

And whether you write it grandad or granddad, Granddad Charlie Seymour Jr learns life lessons from his grandson Beckett every time they are together. They have fun together and Beckett will always know that his Granddad loves him and played an important role in his early development.

Beckett is still too young to share any grandson quotes but grandson quotes and sayings are big these days and we’ll be sure to share them when available! He IS good at sharing life lessons, as you can see through these video lessons.

Charlie Seymour Jr is the video-crazed MBA marketer and you can learn more about his work at VideoCrazedMBAMarketer.com.

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Lessons From My Grandson – Learning Is Complicated


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  1. Hmm it looks like your website ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I as well am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any helpful hints for first-time blog writers? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

    • Sorry about that – my spam filter ripped your posts right off these pages, I guess because you aren’t writing as a person but seemingly as a product.

      Thanks for your comment!

      Hints? Yes… just get started. Start on blogger.com or wordpress.com, but start. I have 57 websites and I started each from scratch (and the first few I had NO idea what I was doing). It’s fun.

      Charlie Seymour Jr

  2. Thanks for your note. At the moment we’re not accepting guest posts since it really is about MY Grandson… but I may open another site (or Facebook page) where lots of us can post materials about our kids or grand kids.


    Charlie Seymour Jr

  3. Awwww, go ahead – start your own. They take some work, but are really worth it!

    Charlie Seymour Jr

  4. Nice Lessons From My Grandson — [Grandson Video] Learning Is Complicated – Let A Toddler Show You How topic you posted about. It’s funny because me and my cousin were just talking about it the other day.

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