|11-21-2011, 11:16 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2009
What do you want to learn?
Title says it all. What are some things that you'd like to learn, but please, give as specific thing as you can, preferably measurable.
Or even better, what would change and how if you learned that thing?
|11-22-2011, 03:57 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Mississauga, On Canada
There are many things I want to learn. Here are a few;
Cantonese Chinese to conversational level - I'm actually working on a Cantonese version of my main motivational keynote. If I can memorize and present it in full, then I'll know it's been successful. After getting this done, the next language would be Mandarin. It would be great to have English, Cantonese and Mandarin versions of my keynotes. This will set me up nicely for much of the Asian markets in the future.
Sponsorships - I want to learn more about corporate sponsorships and how to get them for funding live events. Reading a book on this topic now and will interview event producers who have been successful in obtaining sponsorships.
Skiing Bumps - I want to learn how to ski bumps or moguls better on the ski slopes. There will be bumps at the ski areas I will be skiing at this winter and will take some specialized training sessions with senior instructors on the bumps.
Many more but that's just a few from my plate
|11-23-2011, 02:32 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
I read at least 1 nonfiction book a week. That's one of my best habits which I picked up from Steve. Mostly it's fluff, but every so often BOOM a big epiphany or critical piece of knowledge you were missing. If you hadn't of read the book you'd never know.
Does anyone have a good physical skill to learn that I can do while mentally attending to other things. Right now I'm practicing pen spinning Pen Spinning Demonstration - YouTube which is kind of useless, but I can't think of any other useful nervous tick to replace it with. Card shuffling? Slight of hand? I can't really come up with anything.
|11-27-2011, 11:29 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Estonia, Tallinn
I ask these types of questions from myself all the time. Later I prioritize the list based on what I enjoy most and what is most beneficial to me at the time. An unfortunate side-effect is feeling overwhelmed, because there is so much to learn and that I'll still die not knowing most of everything.
The main things I want to learn are:
1) Training safely/fixing movement issues
2) Keep my clients motivated
3) Help my clients change body composition
4) Help clients improve physical performance
|11-27-2011, 04:32 PM||#6 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2011
IMHO the real question is not what you want to learn, but why do you want to learn it and do you really need it. Once I worked for a Spanish company and decided to learn Spanish, not because I needed it for work, but because I loved Garsia Lorka from my childhood. And, of course, I wanted to show off to my bosses. My bosses got very offended that I was learning Spanish, because the company was actually Catalonian, and they hate Madrid as their occupants
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