Accelerated Learning Comes Down to Attitude:
A recent study at Michigan State University has revealed that those who believe in learning, learn faster. This means that attitude may be as importance as ability in the learning process.
Tracking electrical impulses in the brain has allowed researches to identify two responses to learning: One, the moment of awareness and; Two; what to do with that awareness. Those that believed intelligence to be pliable put more “brain energy” into learning and so improved.
The good news is that this attitude or approach can also be developed, we can learn how to learn. How? By focusing on the process, rather than the outcome. Or concentrating on the “throw,” rather than the “catch.” And that approach may be even more important than the skill itself.