Learning is an on going process and as professionals we are constantly learning be it something you are passionate about or need of an hour. But how many of you are putting what you have learned into practice? Or you are just absorbing information? That’s the real question. Whether you are learning formally like enrolling yourself to any course, or participating in a workshop or seminar or informally through reading an article or conducting research, in both the given settings you should implement your learning if you are looking for any tangible result.
Without putting your learning into practice, the training you’ve received will go to waste, so it’s important to have a strategy for implementing your learning.
So how to translate what you’ve learned into your everyday routine. Here are the different ways:
Would love to begin my post with inspiring positive quotes that I have come across and has become mantra of my life
“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.”
“Accept yourself, love yourself, and keep moving forward. If you want to fly, you have to give up what weighs you down.”
“You cannot control the behavior of others, but you can always choose how you respond to it.”(Roy T. Bennett)
I have always believed in the power of subconscious mind. The words we use in our mind often describes our life, our surroundings, our relationships and us. Therefore it is as important to keep an eye on our internal dialogue as on our spoken words. For example if you constantly utter self depreciating language in your internal dialogue, you are actually allowing the power of words to work against you. So our whole life depends upon words. Therefore, speak with mindfulness.
I am sure most of you heard yourself saying things like