Learn to Learn – How You Experience the Most Success

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The world is a busy place. With so little free time at your disposal, you may feel you're not reaching your full potential - LEARN to LEARN. - Dan Trepanier

 

Learn to Experience the Most Success

There are several ways to break the feeling of 'being stuck'. Let's explore several strategies I guarantee enhance your chances to experience the most success: continuous learning.

  • Information doesn't just help us at our jobs. You'll experience a lot more little victories throughout life by learning. The advantages are so many that people may not realize their learning habits are the cause.
  • The knowledge you gain will help you hit it off with just about anyone. You'll make new friends, gain new experiences and maybe even find that special someone. I can't stress enough how important human connections are.
  • Never stop learning new things because it will always be useful. You never know when some information will come in handy. More importantly, you'll train your mind to stay sharp and work fast. With the right attitude and a love for learning, you can have the world at your feet.

Learn YOUR 4 NEW Habits & Routines

  • Try New Things
  • Never Stay Idle
  • Ask for Feedback
  • Share Your Knowledge
Learn to Learn - How You Experience the Most Success

Try New Things

Technology might have made us busier, but it also opened many doors for us. We can find information on any topic. If you try something different every day, you'll experience the most success.

You could learn anything from a new language to geography, or how to repair watches. Try a different thing each day, and you'll most likely find new activities you will enjoy doing. After just a few months of this, you'll probably have several new hobbies and basic knowledge in over twenty different fields.

Through the awesome power of the internet, you can study anything you want.

You've probably heard the figure of speech "Jack of all trades, master of none." What people tend to forget to include is the other half of it: "though oftentimes better than master of one."

Never Stay Idle

After a long day at work, people just want to get home and deactivate their brains. I understand the appeal of that, believe me, but it's not doing you any good. The next time you feel like doing nothing, solve a puzzle, start painting or maybe work out.

It might not sound terribly fun at first, but it stimulates your mind and keeps it sharp. Do whatever activity you like, just make sure it brings some mental or physical benefit. You'll experience the most success both at work and outside of it.

Just watching a documentary instead of some reality show is beneficial. Try "The Times of Harvey Milk". I can't do it justice in writing, but it's definitely worth your time.

Ask for Feedback

The way we see ourselves can be very different than how others see us. We might miss some of our shortcomings. Ask those around you for constructive criticism and be ready to hear some hard truths.

You can see yourself better through the eyes of others. Their opinions will help you learn what are your strengths and weaknesses. Find out which of your skills need to improve.

Knowing your limits is the first step to surpassing them. You may not like what you will hear. However, in the long run, you will benefit from the criticism of others.

Share Your Knowledge

Teaching others what you know is a beautiful thing. You might think that it's only useful for those you teach, but you win just as much as they do.

Explaining something to others requires you to think as well. You strengthen your knowledge and start understanding that information better.

You also create a "learning relationship" with other people. You're teaching them now, but tomorrow they might be the ones teaching you. You can always learn something from others.

It's an incredible feeling to help people. Together, we all become better.