On a regular basis, choose a particular situation and practice Beginner's Mind.
The essential characteristic of Beginner's Mind is openness — the willingness to explore all possibilities. The brain does not have a delete button, and it is naive, not to mention unrealistic, to try to disregard all we have learned. Beginner's Mind sees past what it knows and openly embraces all possibilities. The expert sees no advantage to such an approach; he has it all figured out. For him there is nothing more to learn about the subject. Those with Beginner's Mind are curious, free of preconceptions, and able to enjoy the wonder and exploration of life. Release what you know and, like a wide-eyed child, take it all in anew. This allows room for insight and growth, and a wiser use of knowledge.— Allan Lokos in Pocket Peace