Encouraging Lifelong Learning Through a Minimalist Mindset
Practical minimalism goes beyond aesthetics to foster self-betterment. Ultimately, seeking minimalism is a process of value clarification, editing out the unnecessary, and refining.
Minimalism can help you stay committed to lifelong learning as it consists of identifying your core personal values and using them to guide your focus. This, in turn, affects time management, the projects you work on, and the learning opportunities you pursue.
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By identifying your core values you become more aware of what pursuits are worth your resources and can better employ them. There will be necessary tasks that don’t align with your core values, but you still have tremendous freedom to make your choices matter.
Prioritizing lets you better choose the content you consume and the opportunities you seek so you can foster your core values more effectively.
Once you start pursuing productivity, efficiency-killers like TV, social media, and mindless consumption are likely to be the first to go.
Know what you have a true passion for. Many of us are guilty of bouncing across hobbies which takes time away from activities we are truly good at or passionate about. This is not meant as discouraging exploration, but as encouraging passion.
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The major theories of learning are the following:
The behaviorist perspectives of learning originated in the early 1900s. The main idea of behaviorism is that learning consists of a change in behavior because of obtaining, strengthening and applying associations between input from the world, and observations of the individual.
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Spiritual wellness is not about any specific faith, but about fostering a sense of inner peace and harmony, while conducting activities that supports one's beliefs and values.
Minimalism, at its core, is about alignment with our core values, while removing distractions. Minimalism contributes significantly to spiritual wellness by directing our finite resources of time, money and energy towards the things that matter to us the most.
Physical wellness is about developing healthy habits and minimizing any risky behaviors, which can affect our well-being.
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