Tip n°1: Entertainment
Your learning process will be more effective if what you're learning looks cool.
Would you rather read a 500 page book about the life and death of Achilles or watch a badass movie like "Troy" starring Brad Pitt and learn it in two hours?
To give you an example: I studied Greek mythology at school. I didn't learn a thing in years. But I learned the whole thing in 3 days by playing God Of War. Entertainment has no age, and is one of the best ways to learn something fast.
Tip n°2: Passion
It's much better and easier to learn something if you are emotionally connect to it; If you love what you are doing.
It's gonna be easier to learn basketball history for a basketball player than a soccer player. Am I correct?
So find what you love, stay focused on it and the knowledge will follow.
Tip n°3: Failure
A lot of people demonize failing, as they should never lose in what they do. I like their drive and spirit of competition. But I do not agree with the idea that they should not fail.
Failing is GREAT. If you make a colossal mistake, you won't do it twice. Failing is so much important on the learning process.
Failure is not bad at all. In fact, it leads to success, to character build, to confidence growth. The real sin is to give up.
For example, when you practice bodybuilding for you to be stronger you have tear apart your body until you reach your limits. You do as many reps as you can. In other words, you work until you fail. And that's at this point that you get stronger.
Don't intend to fail on purpose though, because that's just stupid. But don't be afraid to fail. I'll give you this quote of Nelson Mandela: "I never lose. I either win or learn."
Tip n°4: Take Action
Action is the best way to learn. Period. Theory is worthless if you don't do anything about it.
And if you wait someone to act before you do, or help you take action, let me tell you this: The cavalry ain't coming. You have to make your own decisions and take action for yourself.
Now matter how little it is, do something. And the more you do it, the more you'll learn, and before you know it you'll be a master of it.
Bruce Lee had this beautiful quote: " I fear not the man who has practiced 10000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10000 times"
These 4 tips are essential to our growth. And if you follow them, you'll be able to have more and faster results than everyone else. And you'll be able to learn everything you want.
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