Most everyone desires the capacity to learn faster and the ability to act in accordance with the learning they have acquired. And it’s consistently seen that, in this respect, the highly successful are advocates of this type of continuous growth. It’s said that in today’s day and age those who learn fastest will lead the market. But it’s more than that, because effective learning also has the capacity to shift the way we view ourselves and the world around us. Effective learning has the ability to influence not only the decisions we make relating to our roles and careers but every interaction we have in every relationship and opportunity that surrounds us. So what separates those who struggle with learning and those who seemingly have the ability to learn faster, retain information and build on their awareness?
It’s simpler than most would think and in this entry Britta Kallevang shares how people who learn faster have these 2 characteristics.
There are many types of intelligence, from emotional to bodily-kinesthetic, linguistics, and beyond. There are also just as many learning techniques. Anyone who turns to the internet for tips on tricks on how to learn faster will find a staggering number of views on the subject.