Learn more about my new book Learning Frames
How Do You Learn From Failure?
Creating a new Learning Frame will help you learn your way to success.
A New Framework For Learning
Your mind naturally views situations and experiences in terms of learning. From birth you have been creating Learning Frames to explore and explain the world around you.
A Learning Frame is how people view change, how they view learning, and their mindset toward failure and success. You can change your Learning Frame by following the tenets in this book. Based upon neuroscience and instructional design principles, Learning Frames will help you diagnose learning needs, formulate learning goals, and implement appropriate learning strategies.
Increase Your Mindset For Learning
Some things you learned about yourself in school are not true. You actually can change, and your mind can embrace new knowledge. There is no one-size-fits-all approach to learning. There is no recipe for learning. A framework for learning is more powerful than a prescribed method, technique, or style of learning. Learning Frames is a systematic approach to change your learning behavior and mindset.
How To Learn From Failure
Success is not the absence of failure. Failure teaches you how to move forward. Achievements are the result of learning how to overcome and learn from failure. When you fail to reach your goals you need to frame your experiences as something to learn from by creating a new Learning Frame.
Every topic, every subject, every failure, every need to know more, can be placed within a Personalized Learning Frame, which empowers you to identify, target and structure relevant information to maximize your energy, as you learn from your failures, moving rapidly toward your goals.
Success is all about learning. How you view learning will determine your level of achievement.
The next time you fail to reach your goals you will know how to learn from that failure.
Learning Frames for Seven Habits for Highly Effective People
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The Learning Maze: A New Framework For Personalized Learning
How to learn your way to success?
Successful people learn knowledge, skills and attitudes in unconventional ways that help them target and structure relevant information to maximize their energy while they learn from their failures, moving rapidly toward their goals. In other words, successful people are not only good learners, but perceptive and deliberate learners. The Learning Maze identifies the framework that successful and agile learning use. Learning your way, on your own, is really the only way to be successful.
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The Value of Failure
The Value of Failure is an unconventional book that will give you insights into the nature of failure and help you learn how to pivot your life back on track.
Failure is inevitable, success is contingent upon your perceptions, actions and recovery from failure.
This book is an unconventional look at success and failure. Shane Lester is not a bestselling author, nor is this book endorsed by anyone important. Instead the author is going to tell you the truth about failure. And from that truth you can choose your definition of success. “This book isn’t 80 percent filler. I’m only writing what matters.”
After you fail it matters what you think, feel and do about your current state. All of these are definable if you know how to intellectually and emotionally process a failure event.
When you consider Lester’s insights you will be able to answer these questions for yourself:
•Why is setting goals the best way to fail?
•Have you ever wondered why the successful gloss over their failures?
•How can you fail with grace?
•Can you fail your way to success?
•What should you learn from your failures?
Hacking Failure will change everything you thought you knew about failure.
You can hack failure by focusing on learning how to shortcut to success.
Hacking Failure will give you insights into the nature of failure and help you create learning strategies for success.
Hacking failure is an unconventional look at success and failure. The key to hacking failure is creating a learning strategy for success. This book not presented from the top down- written by the academic, or the successful who view failure from a disconnected, superficial, pollyanna point of view- but rather from your perspective.
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