These methods work because they have been validated and they are consistent with the latest research in neuroscience
Learning is not a passive quest, it is really everything. Tune up your learning.
I recommend that we as conferences attendees own the problem and take steps to change our mindset and plan how we are going to engage with the content and then define what and how we will learn.
Active learning triggers endorphins. We engage in active learning when we find the right mix of information that anchors new concepts to familiar ones. If you are frustrated in your attempts to learn it is because you are hitting the wall of unfamiliar facts and concepts. If you understand this learning engagement curve you can frame what you need to learn in terms of familiarity and build a path to learning.
Is there a framework for success? In researching this question I have detected common themes, patterns and frameworks throughout the literature of self-help. If you are on a journey of self-discovery I would encourage you to read a few standard books and see if you detect the same frame work that I have seen … Continue reading Learn the Framework for Success
A common thread in most current self-help content is a consensus that mindset is a powerful foundation for success.
The number one reason people fail to achieve their goals is because people focus on ability and performance rather than acquiring new knowledge and skills first.