4 habits of lifelong learners

4 habits of lifelong learners

Do you want to be someone who's always learning new skills? Make lifelong learning a priority with these tips

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June 14, 2018

Prioritize continuous learning to keep your career moving. A focus on learning can help you do your current job better and remain adaptable as new technologies disrupt the future of work. 

As good as that outcome sounds, “the initial commitment to learning all too often fizzles out,” writes Mike Kehoe in an article for Harvard Business Review. “Studies have found that 40 to 80 percent of students drop out of online classes,” he explains.

Kehoe says that lifelong learners share four habits. These habits help them effectively identify which skills to hone, how and where they learn best, and ways to put their new skills to work immediately. If you are serious about expanding your skill set, these habits can help you make learning a priority. Download this article to learn more.  

4 habits of people who are always learning new skills
By Mike Kehoe

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Carla Rudder is a writer and content manager on The Enterprisers Project.

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