By Michell Léon
Learning something new is not only natural for human beings, it's also necessary. If we never learn anything new, we stop evolving and life looses its meaning.
There are different ways of learning, though, and this is where you have to be aware of your primary driver, as I was mentioning in The Challenger last week.
Your primary driver leads the way of everything you do, and if you don't know what it is, you will spend too much time and energy on getting your life to work. Including learning.
Figuring out your primary driver takes a little effort, but one of the best ways of doing it, is discovering how you learn best. When you figure that out, you are most likely zooming in on it.
That's why, in this week's exercise, I want you to do the following,