How Can You Learn The Way GENIUS Does?

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How Can You Learn The Way GENIUS Does?

How Can You Learn The Way  GENIUS Does?

Do you ever wonder how a genius learns so quickly?

Do you want to be able to learn faster?

Slow learners compare what you want to learn to what you already know in order to validate the new information and that is a problem.

The problem is that what you know might be:

1. Outdated, even if it gets okay results it could be holding you back from getting better results.
2. It could be ineffective even if it sounds good it just might not be working.
3. Just wrong. It could rationally make sense but still be wrong.

To learn something new you have to let go of what you “know” or you just drag all that baggage with you.

Slow learners constantly cross check everything with what they already do.

Slow learners mix what they know with what they are trying to learn before they actually know it.

Slow learners try to fully validate a new skill or idea before that make any attempts and using the new information.

Slow learners look for how things can fail before they even start.

Slow learners put off putting in a full effort until they are certain it is worth it.

To learn something new you have to let go of what you “know” or you just drag all that baggage with you. When you can let go of what you have been doing in order to learn something new you will learn much faster and accomplish much more. If you find yourself doing any of these thing then you are getting in your own way and not reaching your true potential.

This is what a genius does.

1. They just accept what they are told and do it without modification. 

2. Then they let it succeed or fail based on what results they see not what the expect.

3. They have no emotional attachment to the outcome. It is what it is.

4. They put 100% effort into the new idea without holding back.

 

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