Have you ever noticed that the harder you try to remember something, the harder it becomes. Trying suggests effort. That effort becomes a barrier.
Rather than using effort to achieve the things you want, learn a strategy that works for you.
Learning how to learn is more important than learning itself. And failure is part of that strategy.
Everyone needs permission to fail. But remember, it’s not failure, it’s feedback.
Remember, Edison tried over 10,000 experiments before creating successful light bulb and when accused of failing 10,000 times he said, “No I didn’t, I successfully proved that those 10,000 ways didn’t work.”
- What am I aiming to achieve? (Make sure that it’s what you REALLY want)
- What have I achieved so far?
- What feedback have I had?
- What have I learned?
- How can I put the lessons to positive use?
- How will I measure my success?
TOTE Model (Test Operate Test Exit)
Remember to use this in conjunction with the modelling we talked about last time