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How To Implement What You Learned?

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You watch a lot of inspirational videos, motivational videos, “How To” videos, course videos.

You don’t really like to waste much time on entertainment stuff, you only love to watch and read content that adds something to your learning.

But, how much do you implement out of what you learned?

Won’t be more than 10%, is it?

If you won’t apply what you learned, then it’s as good of a waste of time as watching shitty entertainment.

Don’t waste your time. It’s the most scarce and valuable resource you have.

The best way to get the benefit of what you learned is by taking action on it immediately because you’ll forget what you learned, later.

Don’t watch all the videos that youtube recommends you. Have a gap.

You watched one video just now, stop there.

Grab a piece of paper and write down what you learned and how you can apply it to your life.

Without doing this, do not jump on the other videos because you’ll forget the content you just watched.

My mentor once told me a story about his mentor.

His mentor was consulting a millionaire entrepreneur. The consultation call went for 15 minutes and he gave that entrepreneur few pointers which he would need to apply in his business.

After an hour later the call, the entrepreneur called back, saying he had a meeting with his team and implemented all the points in his business, and that he wanted to thank him for the guidance.

You saw? how fast that entrepreneur was.

He implemented all the learnings immediately because he knew he had spent his time learning those and don’t want to forget them later.

You will find this kind of action bias in all the successful people. They just can’t wait!

Impatience with action, patience with results.

That’s the only way to get to your goals faster!

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If you can also develop this impatience of taking action, you’ll achieve what you never even thought you would.

If you don’t feel like doing the work, do it anyway for 5 minutes.

And you won’t even realize how those 5 minutes got converted into 1-2 hours.

That’s it.

I hope you like reading these short and actionable pieces of content. If you do, let me know in the comments below!

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2 Comments

  1. Vikul

    Very Nice article 👍

    • Samidha

      Thanks a lot Vikul 🙂