1. Ask. Did you ever stop to consider why children are like little knowledge sponges? They don’t allow pride to prevent them from asking questions. More than anything, asking questions is the number one way to learn more every day. Be interested in what you do and remember to always be with a positive attitude towards learning new things, the easier you say it is the faster you will learned.
2. Read. Every day. If you have dead time, you have time to read. With the wealth of knowledge available online, there’s never an excuse not to read. Always try to keep a curiosity on top of your daily list, this will help you look up forgotten or new things to learn. 3. Search. Chase down answers to your most basic questions. Want to know “why” things happens.
4.Slow Down. Stop running so fast. If you life consist of jumping straight from the bed to the shower to the car to work, you’re moving too fast to uncover the questions that life presents – much less their answers.
5.Listen. I mean really listen – to a lecture, a parent, a spouse or even the lyrics of a song. Active listening promotes learning . 6. Meditate / Reflect. It’s like saying “slow waaaay down.” Believe it or not, some things can’t be learned from the internet.
7.Look , Taste, Touch and Smell, this are the 3 primary ways of learning; they activate the memories center and achieves a long-lasting reinforcement of memorization.
8.Write Similar to a gratitude journal (take notes), a knowledge journal is an attempt to take the ordinary events of a day and extract the most valuable learning experiences from them.
The greatest glory in living, lies not in never falling, but rising every time we fall.
Author: Ryan Stewart, Jose Garcia.