The rapid pace of technological change demands career-long adult learning for workers to gain new skills and retain good jobs.
Traditional institution-driven mindset around learning: learning is passive. It’s something that happens to us, and is dependent on a specific context.
We need to change this mindset. Learning is something that we must practice regularly on our own. It’s a health habit as important as exercise. It can be painful in the beginning but gets easier with time.
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1. Pick a goal but stay flexible.
2. Warm up but stay challenged.
3. Find the right environment and the right people.
4. Get addicted to progress.
5. Don’t underestimate the importance of recovery time.
Giving yourself time to think, without any goals or particular outcomes in mind is one of the most powerful and enjoyable parts of the learning process. That’s where you’ll find the deep connections, epiphanies, and pure joy in feeding your curiosity.
Reason why we should care about learning: it is a source of limitless joy.
Exercise your curiosity. You might feel fatigued or like you’re not up for the challenge, but with practice, patience, and effort, we are all capable of learning.
Start from the basic level and watch yourself progressing. Don't get discouraged when you see people who make it look easy.
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Don't be so much specific but flexible because great learning can also be spontaneous.
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Sometimes we all tend to feel pressured. It could be as petty or big as solving a math problem and not reaching to a solution. These situations may make us feel inadequate and shake our confidence. We tend to see ourselves as inferior to others in terms of knowledge.
But if you feel this wa...
We must remember that our brains needs rest to let information settle and before we can fully absorb it.
Sleep, meditation, and regular breaks are all vital for optimal cognitive performance
Being in the right environment is key to continuous learning. Right people and these maybe your friends, colleagues or just internet groups can help you find the right solution. It’s also important to have the right equipment, like a whiteboard or your favorite pens in every color.
Before you start exercising, you need to stretch. Before you dive into very challenging material, you ought to review. But also ensure you don’t get discouraged right off the bat. Don't lose focus.
Everything gets easier with practice, and the end result is wor...
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