Friday, January 15, 2021

Art And Culture

How to learn faster in any working condition

To be successful at work, one has to compromise with the idea that he will be in a constant learning process. There will never be a time when you can put an end to that. The competition is vast, and denying this simple task will not help you outstand. Consider there is a possibility you can use your memory in favor of the learning process. In this article, we will talk about works on all occasions and have proven to give impressive results to those who follow the pattern. It doesn’t have to do with standard techniques such as working hard and trying to stay focused. It instead refers to all the beautiful abilities our mind is equipped with since the day we were born, and we haven’t;t had the chance to explore them.

  1. Categorizing
    Memory is like a computer and organizes everything in two ways. The first way is temporary, according to when it happened. There is a timeline that every mind follows. You can recall what you did an hour ago and what you did two hours ago. You have the ability to distinguish these two activities and put them in the correct order because of the capacity your memory has. The second way works by categories. If someone asks you what the name of your mother is, you go to a ”file” in your brain where you keep all the information about your mother. You don’t have to go through the timeline and search all the names you heard in chronological order because this would take a lot of time.
  2. Mental repetition
    The learning process is based on repetition. This is common knowledge, but what we want to point out here is that this repetition doesn’t take place only on a conscious level but also on the unconscious mind. Some years ago, an experiment took place. They gathered some basketball players and divided them into three categories to evaluate how their performance would improve depending on their strategy. They let the first group have a two-hour training every day with a coach for a week. The second group was not allowed to train during that time. The third group was asked again not to train, but they were obliged to spend two hours per day picturing themselves shooting the ball in the basket successfully. The results of the research showed that the first team had small margins of improvement; the second one did not present any improvement, while the third group was the one with impressive results. Saying that, it is proven that mental rehearsal is far more important than anything else.
  3. Use symbols
    A symbol is anything that points to something without being that. The word ”chair” represents a chair, but is not one. The unconscious uses and responds to a variety of symbols every day. In order to communicate with our whole brain and take advantage of its vast abilities, we have to use symbols. A metaphor or a story is an excellent example of how symbols can work in favor of the learning process. Memory is a collection of symbols that you chose to recollect. If you find difficulty in learning something new, try to link it to a sign by using the technique of a metaphor.
  4. Praise good results
    The following assumption applies to every law in science, and the mind does not hold any exceptions. It is the rule that learning always follows the path of least resistance. The brain will terrifically absorb any information as long as it demands the least amount of energy and effort. When you try to link a piece of information to something else like a metaphor, as we mentioned above, follow the quickest road. Don’t choose stories that absorb a large amount of time to recall. Remember, you need to give yourself a feeling that this is not something difficult to do. Otherwise, the brain might think that this is not worth going after. Vision yourself having accomplished the essential learning and experience the positive feelings that accompany this experience in great detail. This way, you create a goal that your mind will unconsciously try to achieve.
Anna Siampani
Anna Siampani, Lifestyle Editorial Director at the CEOWORLD magazine, working with reporters covering the luxury travel, high-end fashion, hospitality, and lifestyle industries. As lifestyle editorial director, Anna oversees CEOWORLD magazine's daily digital editorial operations, editing and writing features, essays, news, and other content, in addition to editing the magazine's cover stories, astrology pages, and more. You can reach Anna by mail at