… the most important factor is your mindset.
If your minds not right then you’re going to struggle with learning and grasping information.
Now I’m familiar with this topic because I had to deal with lots of issues with learning and mindset. At a young age I was diagnosed with dyslexia… which made school a struggle.
The more I learned about mindset and how to learn effectively… I realized that the reason why I was struggling in school and learning wasn’t so much being dyslexic.
It was my mindset.
In this blog post you’ll learn the same principles I use for learning… the same ones that allowed me to run a successful online business.
Listen up because this information will improve the way you learn and grasp information.
I struggled in school and learning because I had this preconceived notion of what I could and could not do.
I got this from what teachers were telling me and going through the school system. That’s the main reasons why I struggled because the problem with learning is…
… you already know what you’re good at and what you’re not good at because someone along the way told you so. It can come from your teachers, parents, tests, results, friends, etc.
So most of learning is…
… is just getting out of your own way and learning with you’re own projection… you’re own scaffolding.
The reason why I struggled in school was because I wasn’t learning with my own projection and I wasn’t getting out of my own way. I had strong beliefs that school and learning would be difficult from day one because I had dyslexia.
I was told that certain classes would be hard and that I had to take Special Education class throughout my school career… which did nothing but make me feel like an outcast.
It was basically this vicious circle of self limiting beliefs year after year. I was my own worst enemy and it wasn’t till I graduated high school that I realized I was smart.
I realized that everyone has their own learning style, strengths, thought processes, genes, experiences and in a classroom of individuals were taught the same way.
Which was horrible for me or anyone who learns differently.
Now, that was then and I’m sure a lot has changed in the school board… but I feel like if things were approached differently from day 1… I would of had a different experience with learning and grasping information.
Dyslexia to me isn’t a big deal… it’s actually mellow. I would even compare dyslexia to someone who is overweight or someone who is naturally shy.
Just like an overweight kid gets sent to fat camp for a summer to loose weight. I went to a tutor 5 days a week for a couple years to increase my writing and reading skills… which helped out tremendously.
I don’t consider myself dyslexic anymore… I learned how to deal with it and it doesn’t bother me.
At the ending of the day there are lots of people who are successful who had disabilities of some sort like Steve Jobs, Henry Ford, Richard Branson, Tommy Hilfiger etc. It’s important to focus on what your potential is rather then what you lack.
Then building up your weaknesses in a certain matter that’s positive.
Recap Of Learning Effectively
Remember that everything comes down to mindset
Always make sure when you’re learning to go at it with your own scaffolding.. you’re own projection. Most of learning is… is just getting out of your own way so that you can start learning.
Don’t make things difficult and just allow yourself to learn whatever it is you want easily and effortlessly.
I told myself when learning how to create an income online,”I’m going to get out of my way, I can create an income online”.
Having that mindset has helped me out tremendously.
I hope that me telling you a little bit about my story gives you a better understanding of these principles of learning .
On that note I want to end this blog post on this amazing POWERFUL video that resonated deep with me. It’s called, ” I will not let my exam results decide my fate”
Check it out.
If you know anyone who struggles with learning or know someone who would enjoy this blog post do them and me a favor… Show them this blog post!
Also, leave me a comment, do you find this information useful? Will you start applying it to your everyday life?
Let me know.