Everyone wants to “Become a Master!” isn’t it? This resolution of “I will be Master of this skill” is taken by every student and youngster almost every day. But ultimately, it may end up on the same dusty table of self-promises as “Join a gymnasium & Lose weight this month.”
These kinds of thousands of resolutions everyone takes in a lifetime, but do not mean it ironically. It’s easy to utter some words in anger, in depression, or in excitement, but It ain't easy to live up to your promises, resolutions. You have to, willing to sacrifice many things which come in your way between your goal and you.
The same goes with; Learning something new, you need to put all your effort and time into effectiveness in order to master that specific skill. To learn any skill and then develop an assessment on the basis of that is really tough to implement, unlike R&D.
Developing a skill while learning it is bidirectional, here we are going to reveal a few tips which are surely going to help you in L&D (Learning & Development).
1. Think Before Apply
Every learner’s job is to change the perception of things in their own mind, what people do,isn’t your job to think they may have their own goals to achieve. Don’t ever copy anyone’s pattern to get successful, or to learn anything. It is not just what they knew and applied; there are many factors that worked simultaneously in their journey to achieve something great. You need to draw experiences based on your life learning and skills assessments; In spite of information provided by someone over the internet or in family gatherings.
2. Apply things to real-world problems
Make a clear vision about your goal is new conduct; you ought to have or to imply on your learning pattern. To learn a skill and to implement it in order to develop something worthy is not like a score you get after a knowledge check, surprise test. It’s way more than that, as a learner, you need to focus on clearing your doubts and expanding your problem-solving skills. It can be upgraded with hours of practice on a daily basis. One should also be a problem solver, not a copycat who is running a rat race. You might get ideas from your personal experiences to solve real-world project problems.
3. Confront yourself with new challenges
It’s easy to make a project which you have learned in your classroom or online training sessions. Despite that, you need to work on your own projects; for instance, as a freelancer and as a part-time developer to deliver an order to draw some experience and challenges you took during the completion. It’s harder to maintain development and learning together but it’s the only way you can resist the endless thinking and so-called resolutions. You all have seen the movie; Spiderman, sometimes doing things, like changing clothes on the top of the building isn’t an easy task, but it’s your resolution to save the world anyhow. Make sure it will be worth it.
4. Cherish every little achievement too
Have you ever been influenced by others after seeing them doing better and getting a feeling to do so??? Once you allow yourself to analyze the problem on your own and do hard work to solve it first without being asked. It becomes a whole new world to cherish things that might not matter to others but for you, it’s the trophy you hold after winning.
To celebrate big achievements is great but to celebrate tiny things or tasks to achieve that big goal must be remembered for a lifetime by you and others who were indulged with you throughout the project completion. It gives you hope and power at the same time to be a doer than a thinker.
5. Change your embedded beliefs
Our mind works on pictures that it has seen before or captured in subconscious memory, it recreates things on the basis of that. So if you are willing to learn something new, first believe that it is easy and going to help you in achieving targeted goals you have pre-set. Don’t think too much before doing a particular task just start it and take mentorship if needed but don’t leave it in between. Never heard any sayers; and people who are stopping you to do that task. They are not capable of doing it doesn’t mean you can't either. To copy things from the internet is easy but to really jump in the ground of real-life projects is a far different thing.
The motto of writing this blog is to change the way a learner thinks ordinarily. And that is the reason they ended up doing nothing but thinking. To master a skill needs patience and effort which should be done continuously in the same direction to complete it. Whether it’s your college project or it’s an organizational project, it only can be done if you are dedicated enough to do that.