Being part of the Changing World

If you’ve ever arrived at the end of the day and wondered why you feel so tired, where your time went, and what you actually got done, then you already know the answer to this question.

Information is thrown at our brains at an unprecedented rate, almost every second of the day. Even attempting to filter it wears us out and leaves us feeling bad, no matter how much we accomplish.

A very simple and productive way, i adopted after going multiple sessions and assistance from my colleagues, i started watching TED talks whenever i found time, and not just watching it, i tried to implement those sayings practically into my life, and guess what, at the end of the day, i am still fresh and satisfied with my attempt and work. This is how, Learning matters.

The most important tips are, you have to make a habit to prioritize your work and note it down daily in a To-Do list and then making sure that you actually follow it. This is a very productive and healthy habit i learnt from many courses and also from reading the history as well as going through the lives of great people of their times. You don’t have to memorize what you have done and what is next and see you will feel much more comfortable before going into next.

Another thing i want to add on here is that avoid distractions when and what ever are you doing. It will give you 2 benefits. Firstly, your time will not be wasted and let me remind you “Time is the most Critical Resource”. Secondly, Mean while, it will also increase the quality of the work, as there will be nothing going on in your minds, you are completely diverted to one task and it will definitely pay you back may be in the form of quality work or even completing task before deadline.

Now after discussing a little about learning tips, lets take a view of the things which you might have to face at the start, may be when you are going to accept a new change or learning some thing unique you have not passed through before.


Fear for a change

New things are not easy to learn at all. Some times you have to go beyond your capacity to prove yourself and to practice it. Sometimes, you have to struggle in an environment you are uncomfortable in and still you are welcoming the change and that is what the need of the time.

“It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” — E. E. Cummings


“Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it.” ― M. Scott Peck

There are many distraction in our daily life full of colors that diverts our intentions from tasks such as social media i.e Facebook, Twitter, Instagram mobile phones etc. we got distracted through all these things and as a result wasting our valuable time knowing the fact that the excessive use of all social media is harmful for us both mentally as well as socially.

To make things even worse, most people expect their environment to adapt to themselves. They get angry or disappointed at those around them. Sometimes openly, sometimes they keep their frustrations inside. This leads them to depression, stress, apathy, and other miserable feelings because they feel powerless.

You can’t change how everyone else around you thinks and feels. If you’re getting too big for the box you’re in, you can’t break the box. You can only lead by example and move to a bigger box.

Think about it. You don’t go to a restaurant and order “half a pound of burger”, you just order a burger. When something is put in front of us, our default tendency is to just consume the whole thing.

What to do with what you’ve learned

Alright, great, you’re set up to learn something new, every day, and at the same time too. Now all you have to do to really make it worth your while is do something with it.

Unless we put a new thing we learn into action that very same day, it becomes very unlikely for us to put it into action at all. Sometimes you try to do that, and it works. But often it doesn’t.

The reason is that you don’t always learn something you can apply instantly, or easily. Often you learn something new, but aren’t in the position to directly apply it to your own life yet.

If you feel that the pace at which you want to grow is too intense for those around you, it’s usually time to change. Time to find people that can keep up with you, or better yet, challenge you to move even faster.

I can’t really diagnose what pulls you. This one is on you. What I know for sure is that if that spark of courage is alive within you, then you will be happy to change.

And after you become a better person, you’ll understand the power of Nelson Mandela’s words:

“There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered.”

So here’s how to make sure you actually do something with the things you learn every day:

Share what you’ve learned online, every single day. Nathan Barry says it best when he talks about telling others what you know.

This is not only the habit that will make you feel really good about the things you learn and give you a good night’s sleep, but also the one that just might make you rich.

Learning, Planning and Language these are skills that make us human and better learner. Practice of the thing which we want to learn can also help us in learning new things. Practice can repair as well as train the brain. Practice makes permanence. So, i am here to say that i am ready to apply all this in my life to learn more and more and be a part of the changing world.