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Seven Essential Lifelong Learning Tips and Tricks Anyone Can Use

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Assuming that neither school nor college have been able to completely put you off studying anything, learning is a great and fun process! It allows people to expand their horizons, develop useful skills and obtain new knowledge that can positively affect and improve one’s personal and professional life.

However, once they close the door of their Alma Mater behind them, most people mistakenly believe learning is over and from now on, they only need to polish the skills they already have to be successful. Even those few who realize learning is a lifelong process often find it difficult to fit in time to learn anything in their busy schedules. If they do, they most likely to spend their time leaning things they immediately need for their work etc.

Here are 7 useful tips and tricks that will help you develop the habit of lifelong learning:

• Read books

Even though you are too busy to read it through at one go, having a book with you all the time will encourage you to shave off a few minutes in-between activities in your day to cover a few pages. In this way, you will still be able to read about 30 to 50 books per year!

• Try writing a “to-learn list”

We all know what a “to-do” list is and how useful it can be when it comes to planning and accomplishing certain tasks. Now it is time to create a “to-learn” list! This list can consist of your short-term goals such as to read a certain something, look into a new software, etc. Alternatively, it can feature some more daring long-term learning objectives like picking up a new foreign language, acquiring a new skill you need for your work. Don’t forget about deadlines and motivation!

• Productive thinking

You cannot simply consume other people’s ideas and thoughts and expect to become smarter. At the very best, you will only be able to quote other people’s wisdom featly, which will only prove you have a good memory. Try to invest more of your time and energy into producing some of your own thoughts and ideas. Write an article or review, start a blog, meditate and contemplate over ideas you have learned.

• Practice new skills

Spending time and effort to acquire a new skill but not trying to put it into practice is a waste. What is the point of reading numerous books on how to create websites and not trying to create a website of your own? If, for example, you are determined to learn a new language, spend your money, time and energy, you have to practice it all the time and in any way possible! Befriend a native speaker on Facebook, find someone to talk to on Skype, set up a blog, etc.

• Teach what you’ve learned

By trying to explain others what you have recently learned, you make this knowledge stick for a longer time. Solidify your learning results through communicating its main ideas to others!

• Try learning in groups

Lifelong learning does not have to be a lonesome process. Join groups and organizations that can teach you certain skills. Group learning and workshop events can turn your learning into a fun and enjoyable social activity!

• Start working on a project

The best way to learn something new is to do something you do not know how. By overcoming challenges, you acquire practical skills that you would have otherwise never learned. If you do not know much about computers, try fixing one! Can’t speak any language other than your own? Equip yourself with a textbook and a dictionary and find a penpal friend!

 

 

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