This week, I wanted to share with you all how I teach myself to learn anything – and how you can learn anything using the same 4 steps!
First – Google it 🙂 By looking up something online, not only are you going to find out the basics of what you ned to know—but you’re also going to learn what you DON’T know. More than likely, you’ll discover things that you didn’t know you didn’t know (read that again…still with me?) While you’re not going to master a topic by researching online, you ARE going to learn the basis of your subject and discover a blue print for learning more.
Second – Get someone to SHOW you what it is you’re trying to learn. Regardless of what kind of learner you are (tactile, auditory, visual), getting someone to show you basically involves all your senses. In my opinion, getting someone to demonstrate something I’m trying to learn is like a massive short cut.
Third – Find a way to make it your own. Why did you want to learn the thing you’re trying to learn? Put it into practice for yourself, make it work for you and if possible, try to get creative with it.
Fourth – Teach someone else! Now that you’ve learned, practiced and made something you’re own, teaching someone else will help you to really master the new skill. This last step is usually what makes me feel like an expert in something.
So, what do you think? Are these tips helpful? Let me know!
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