We become intentional with our improvement because we are trying to achieve something important to us. I usually try to improve so I can prepare for a job that has higher pay. I’ve done this successfully since 2001. I used these lessons to learn martial arts, to get hired in a call center, to learn how to sell, to become top agent, to learn how to make websites, to be a popular blogger, to get a raise, to start my business, to get fit, to learn to cook and so on. You’ll take these lessons and succeed in anything that you’re trying to learn.
1. Have a training partner. A partner keeps you accountable and tells you what’s wrong. A partner challenges you to be better. Watch this video.
2. Commit to life long learning. Education doesn’t stop after high school or college. A high school graduate who continues to learn and improve will surpass a college student who stoped studying in less than five years.**
3. Don’t take learning seriously. Be sincere about learning instead. You get more out of anything if you relax and have fun with it. Focus on the basics and master it.**
4. Take notes. Write down everything. Fill your notebook with lessons and ideas. Review your notes regularly. Learn from a lot of smart people. At the end of six months your notebook should have thoughts of a lot of smart people. **
5. Use the recorder and listen to yourself talk. Practice until you’re happy.**
6. Learn from someone with a lot of experience. Treat them to Starbucks and make them talk. I use money intelligently. I only spend on something where I can get something useful in return.**
A book is the cheapest way to get an education. A book often takes a year or more to write and was written by a really smart person and edited by his or her friends. Buying a book is often like buying a skill and borrowing the brain of an expert. Books are also shortcuts to multiplying money. You pay Php 500 to Php 2,000 for a book and you get something worth more in return. Here are some examples based on my experience:
Some books taught me how to get jobs(20k a month, 45k a month and work from anywhere).
Some books taught me how to get good at jobs (top agent 3k worth of freeebies, consistent incentive awardee 6k a month for three years is 206k, 100k a month selling real estate). Some books taught me skills so I don’t have to spend on some things (how to cook 6k a month, how to draw 5k a month, how to take care of websites 10k a month.
Some books taught me how to save and invest money (60k to 100k a year).
8. Pay for a class or tutor. Key word is pay because you get what you pay for. It gives you access to an expert, a partner and a lesson, all in one.**
9. Share what you learned. You understand what you learn if you try to teach it. Tell your partner or your best friend what you learned today and ask their opinion.**
10. Learn other skills. Do you know how to cook? (fix a computer, manage money, write a blog, ride a bike, climb a mountain, take care of your body, martial arts, draw). The more skills you know the easier it is for you to learn other skills.
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