They possess a strong personal desire to learn something specific. They are not doing it because someone else wants them to. Learning to use an iPad is very broad and feels overwhelming. Learning to use an iPad for email, to read a book or a newspaper, is specific and manageable. It’s fine to want to learn more than one specific skill or application, but it is best to learn one thing at a time.
They find tutorials or training. The options for instruction do not have to be structured or formal, they can be accessed by phone, online or in person.
They COMMIT to doing the work and get in for the longterm, determined to succeed.
They are willing to PRACTICE every day for 1-hour, minimum. No excuses. Repetition is pivotal to the process.
They get RESULTS. Successful results are the foundation for more of the same.That’s the simple but winning strategy. Do not forget you have an impressive portfolio of successful learning to draw from.
The article written by Dorrie Rush (and featured image) was originally published on April 12, 2018 on Ophthalmic Edge.