Learning, as you surely very well know, is a life-long process that never stops. There will always be something new to learn, so it’s pretty obvious we all should be learning daily.
Learning can improve our careers, increase our happiness and expand our horizons. Generally speaking, learning enriches our lives.
And like with everything, there are ways to maximize your learning potential. One of the effective ways is to plan your learning, set realistic goals, and track your progress.
Not only will this give you more motivation to learn, but it will help you remember more efficiently, and even more importantly, it will make it easier for you to apply what you have learned.
Anton Ball demonstrates how can a learning plan provide a structured approach for focused, effective learning.
You can get good at things with just a little bit of learning. If you put 20 hours of focused, deliberate practice into something, you will be astounded.
Learning is a skill that can be improved with practice. Being an efficient learner gives you an edge and sets you up for success.
Take one small step at a time. When you fail, smile and say thank you for the lesson. Enjoy the process of learning. Put yourself in a place of uncertainty.
Until Next Week
We all know learning is important, but we often leave it to chance or whim. Consider a more structured approach, it might be much more effective.