4 habits of people who are always learning new skills

4 habits of people who are always learning new skills

Mike Kehoe

Continuous learning is often a required job skill in IT, as technology is changing all the time. Calling yourself a lifelong learner and actually practicing it are two different things, however. In this Harvard Business Review article, Mike Kehoe points out that as high as 80 percent of people who sign up for online classes drop out before the course is completed. If you are serious about expanding your skill set, Kehoe says there are four habits to adopt to become a more effective learner. He dives deep into each of these habits, why they work, and how you can incorporate them into your learning practice. By doing so, Kehoe says you can make learning a priority and part of your normal routine.  

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