Something that can help you with discipline and to practice the right way to achieve progress reliably. Working on a project or through a step-by-step tutorial are not enough, and listening to a lecture or presentation on how to do something does not lead to mastery. What does then? Learning the techniques that people who have become experts at something used and continue to use to achieve mastery and the reason why they worked is a better method to get you on your way. And something else… That something is commitment to change. To discover new opportunities we need to make learning a habit. How did I go from zero to mastering English, a language I could barely speak when I first visited the U.S.? Learn the simple techniques I used, and the secret sauce that made it all work at the first edition of #dareconfUSA on May 19 in Philadelphia. My session will be about Making learning a habit to uncover new opportunities: Children feel the excitement of learning more strongly than the fear of the unknown. For adults the balance is reversed: we stop learning when we’re afraid of leaving the safety of what we know. When I arrived in the US I wasn’t fluent in English. I realized that in order to get what I wanted, I needed to commit to change—to immerse myself in this new experience. Since then I’ve worked to make learning through experience a habit: a continuous process of commitment. When you make…

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