I am Dr. Hassan, a Board-Certified Physiatrist and Independent Practice Owner. I help physiatrists start and grow their own profitable practices so they can achieve financial independence and live without limits.
Every day you want to learn one new thing. Challenge yourself with a daily learning promise. A lifetime of learning can begin today. Even if you found difficulty picking up new skills and learning new things in the past, you can teach yourself how to learn anything. If you desire to improve yourself, you have everything you need to embrace learning. If there isn’t a college or adult education facility near you, take a course online. If you’re a hands-on learner, see what courses are being offered locally. If you desire to learn, you’ll find a way to get the job done.
You might be set in your ways and happy right now. Your life is rather good; you don’t really see a need to try to obtain any new knowledge. On the other hand, you recognize that adding to your knowledge base has its rewards. If you pick up a new skill, you can move up the corporate ladder. This means a quicker path to retirement in the future, and more pay and benefits. You may like to socialize more. You can start volunteer work. That’s a wonderful way to serve the world while meeting people with similar likes and interests.
One way to embrace learning throughout your life is to give yourself a daily learning challenge.
Write down something you want to learn tomorrow before you go to bed tonight. It could be it can be anything big or small. It might take several days or weeks, even months to learn the subject. That’s okay, your goal is to learn something new every day. When you wake up tomorrow, take another look at your daily learning challenge. Repeat this process over time. Your subconscious will prepare you for tomorrow’s learning experience while you sleep. Then when you wake up and read what you must learn today, you’re already mentally inclined to have a positive outlook on the experience.
Remember, you don’t have to learn some great skill.
You may have never baked a pie. You’ve always thought it would be cool to know how. That’s something you can do in a relatively brief period. You will learn several things at once, like how to follow instructions, use your oven for a baking project, and clean your kitchen after you get flour everywhere. That may not sound like something earth shattering, after all, it’s only baking a pie. What happens in your mind is absolutely wonderful though. Anytime you learn something, you add circuitry to your brain. You make connections that were not there previously. You’re growing your brain’s ability to learn things and your memory simultaneously gets a boost. Repeat it day after day and you create a pattern of learning. You benefit from both your successes and your failures. Sometimes failing can teach you a lot more about yourself than success.
There are personal, financial, physical, emotional, and even spiritual rewards from continually learning new things. By learning something new daily, you promote a lifetime of learning that you can benefit from in every area of your life.
When you make learning a daily practice, you eventually become very innovative. Check out our blog post here for some major characteristics of being innovative.
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