While there is a time and place for intentional creation, there is also power in letting the learning or discovery emerge organically, through a confluence of happenings, thoughts, and experiences. This gets back to the whole idea of "Action + Faith" -- the idea that pursuing an objective with full throttle intentionality is not mutually exclusive with recognizing that whatever is supposed to happen will, even if it doesn't make sense at the moment, and that ultimately, it's out of our hands.
With the kind of "organic" discovery which I'm referring to here, the Action might not be towards a specific outcome, but rather, towards a condition you'd like to create or a way of being you strive to embody. When in action, you continue to generate being that particular way of being, even when your default condition is pulling for something else (that is less productive). The Faith, then, is serendipity. Serendipity is the by-chance magic that happens that pulls other external factors into place, allowing that intention to fully manifest.
This particular flavor of Action + Faith is less linear, and in some ways, less defined: how do you know that an intention has manifested if that intention isn't something concrete? You listen carefully and you declare it so.