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  • Instead of completely flipping your life around and making drastic, dramatic changes, start off slow. Make small changes in your life to replace previous habits/tasks and work your way up to more difficult tasks.
  • To begin unlearning you need to learn that your past tactics won’t be useful forever. It’s about making that realisation that change is the need of the hour.


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Why is unlearning necessary ?

  • People need to develop unlearning to move forward and carry society forward side by side, to have better work ethic and overall have a new, fresh outlook towards all aspects of life.
  • The concept of unlearning forces the mind to constantly learn, re-learn and discard old learnings ; k...


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<p>The 21st century has been t...

The 21st century has been the time of great discoveries, inventions and learning. With all this learning comes even more new things and concepts that might seem strange to some, but it is absolutely necessary for us to learn these to move forward.

One such concept is “Unlearning”.


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What is unlearning?

  • When you remove something from your memory, you lose it and never think about it again and eventually it fades away from your mind leaving space for new, important information – that is unlearning.
  • Living in today’s day and age, it is a necessary skill to have.


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  • Unlearning old activities/skills that once seemed useful and productive and replacing it with skills much more valuable, new skills that can help you get ahead and take your community forward – this is a very important skill, one which might seem really difficult (and even is, if we’re being...


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Importance Of learning For Your Skills

  • It isn’t necessarily important that everything you learnt or the skills you developed in the past have to be useful to you in the present or in the foreseeable future.
  • Unlearning is all about removing the unimportant/useless skills/information from your mind and clearing up space for...


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3) experiment in life .

It is very easy to be in our own bubble of comfort and enjoy the safety of everything that we know. But to develop unlearning, one must venture out of this comfort zone .

If you can, travel and experience different places, cultures and people. Or simply make bold choices i...


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5) When you’re able to reach a place where you’ve discarded information not useful for you and updated it with new and advanced learnings – you reach the finishing point.

You reach a stage where you’re a little more knowledgeable and a little more advanced, but don’t think ...


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Importance Of Unlearning For Your Job

  • If you’re someone who likes to constantly change things up, especially when it comes to professions and/or hobbies or if you’re simply looking into jobs, unlearning can be a great skill to have as many new, up-and-coming businesses and workspaces prefer having employees who can manage many s...


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How to develop unlearning ?

1) seeking new knowledge

When you make the decision to develop unlearning in your skill set, it would mean you have found previous knowledge/skills inadequate to help you hustle through some important tasks and projects or maybe you simply wish to make room in your head for...


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2) talking to more people

Another way to gather more information and learning more .

Build the habit of going outside of your social circle and meet new people and try to start intelligent, insightful conversations.

Try to talk to people having the same interests as you to learn more about yo...


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4) relearning

When you experience new people and places, you clear your head of useless clutter in your mind.

It’s the best thing because relearning allows you to use those new experiences and process them in your mind to update your existing knowledge about something or learn new thin...


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<ul><li>It’s necessary to have...

  • It’s necessary to have a constant look at your life, especially a view from outside, to be self aware. When you have that vision you’ll be able to predict which skills will and will not help you thrive in the future and that allows you to make changes to things that no longer serve a good pu...


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Hi! I'm Anu, 18 year old in love with reading, writing and being creative. I also love music and arts and crafts. The idea of spreading love, peace and happiness around keeps me going ♥️

In the morden chaotic world full of constant changes and forever hustle, unlearning has become much more useful and necessary to thrive and make a mark. No matter what you're doing in life, it will become a necessity - now or in the near future.

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