Thursday, May 21, 2015

How to Implement What You Learn?

Though learning is a never-ending process, its value and need for its implementation is paramount in our 20s Keshav Aggarwal tells us how to implement what we learn. So, here is how to make the most of what we learn and give our career a necessary boost.

Learning and implementation

“He must have had on some really nice pants.” This was the reply by Chris Gardner, founder of Gardner Rich & Co., when he was asked, “Chris, what would you say if a guy walked in for an interview without a shirt on, and I hired him? What would you say?” Similarly, there are myriad examples to learn from in the corporate sector and implement in our day-to-day professional lives. 

Learning new things is good. It prepares us for the capricious circumstances as well as makes us independent. However, if you want to harness the real power of learning the new stuff, then you need to keep implementing the stuff you learn. To put it simply, to learn and act is the key to open secret chambers.

Below are some points that would surely help you how you can implement what you have learned to give the best of you every time:

  • One step at a time

Well, this is really crucial. Acting upon what you know or what you have learned could become a game changer in your life especially when you’re in serving as an employee in corporate sector. So how can you do that?

Take one step at a time. Chunk down the entire project or stuff you’re dealing with into small pieces. Now, work on every piece one by one. You may share the chunks with your team mates in order to give a tough competition to the wall-clock, to make it on time. Believe it or not, but it works every time. This way you not only come up with a clear mind-set but you also simplify the things before they get on your nerves.

  • Dwell on what is available

Waiting for the good time is nice as long as you are not making your living through a job. However, dwelling on this thing is not a good idea especially in the corporate scenario. It’s like sitting near the sea shore with an empty basket and waiting for a high-tide thinking that the water level will come up and will fill the basket to its capacity.

More often, employees keep their knowledge for the project that is not even available currently. This thing keeps them from their mega performance. Showcase your skills and expertise with what you have within reach. If you do this, you will end up having appreciation for your knowledge.

  • You are a part of a system

Accept that you’re supposed to work as a team and not as an individual. Let me remind that working under a corporate shelter has nothing to do with what you achieve and what you lose. But it surely has everything to do with what your company gains and loses.

To implement your knowledge precisely, you need to be good at team work. Tend not to be everything by yourself; you are not all, but you can fix everything if you take the steps along with your team members. Furthermore, if you work as a complete team, there are good chances that you can efficiently use what you have learned. After all, everybody has something valuable that you can use with your skills in a way or other.

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