⭕ Humility is a good starting point. Humility comes when you go through the responsibilities and experiences. The humility is such a virtue which make you strong and powerful. Accept that you will be bad at first, just like we all are at everything we try for the first time.
⭕ Knowing that you aren’t the best is strangely liberating. A signature of smart people is humility. Smart people realize no matter how much they may already know, there is so much more to learn.
⭕ Everyone is strong and weak in different ways, and everyone learns differently. If you make a list of things that one may be good or bad at, put school on the list. Someone may be good at many things on the list, but not good at school. Another person may be good at school, but not good at something else on the list. Learning more means earning more. Those who learn more, and do it continually over their lifetimes, do much better in whatever career they have chosen.
⭕ It’s not about memorising information, it’s about processing it. Just like in the world of computers, you should practice the habit of learning day-by-day so that you will become a better processor, not a bigger hard drive. Learning is one of the best things we can ever experience. When we are growing mentally and physically, it makes us feel alive. It gives us a sense of accomplishment. It gives us a sense of momentum. It gives us passion.
⭕ There is no better way to learn something than simply trying it, so experiment and observe. Smart people are humble enough to acknowledge how much they don’t know, and at the same time they feel good about and are energized by that. With so many great options available today, whether at a local college or through online sources, there is no reason you couldn’t give it a try yourself. Remember that success cannot be possible without giving 100% to it. Try it and enjoy your new skill!
⭕ Are you someone who likes to grow? Do you constantly seek to improve yourself and become better? If you do, then we have something in common. I’m very passionate about personal growth. After all, we’re still learning about learning. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this post or anything about personal growth. Feel free to share your thoughts in a comment below and I’ll get back to you!
⭕ Dear friends, as long as you use the English language, you’ll always be progressing. Do you see what I mean? I hope this post helped you learn something today. 🙂
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