Look Closely and Focus
Each day, I encounter new information and strive to keep up with changes in technology. I am thankful I learn quickly.
When I am exposed to something new, I look closely and focus on the subject at hand. What do I see? How does it work? I make a conscious decision to learn quickly about this new information.
I learn in many different ways. Sometimes, I may research and read about a topic. Also, I look to trusted sources on the internet. I interact with other people to try to gain information. And I ask questions of those who seem to know about the subject.
When I am Open to Change, I Learn Quickly
I keep my eyes open. Observing other people helps me learn quickly. Watching how someone else performs a task provides a visual education for me. This ensures I can perform whatever tasks are asked of me.
I find that when I take the attitude that learning is fun, I am more motivated to take in new information. I learn quickly because I am ready to absorb new input at all times. I see that when I am open to change, I can learn more rapidly.
Today, I feel confident that I can learn quickly, regardless of the situation. As I reflect on all the strategies I use to acquire knowledge and skill, I look for areas in my life in which I have been hesitant to learn new things, so I can better focus on moving forward.
1. Do I learn quickly?
2. If not, how can I overcome my stumbling blocks to learning more rapidly?
3. How will my life improve as I focus on learning faster?