Contrary to the perception of many, learning is not restricted to the classroom, to formal education or to books and the web. Whether we recognize it or not it punctuates our daily lives. It dictates our habits and behaviors and controls our relationships.
So, being prepared to benefit from new knowledge and add it to what we already know will allow us to change the ways in which we react, to gain confidence and to improve our performance socially, mentally and physically.
What is more … the nature of the environments in which we find ourselves at home, socially and in the workplace will influence our Learning Power as we move from one to the other. It is also sensitive to any discomforts or distractions caused by arguments or conflict that may be preoccupying us.
Learning Power, therefore, changes according to how we feel about where we are, can be cultivated through time and is responsive to our willingness to learn, to our understanding of our learning strengths and weaknesses and to our mind-set. But, it is dynamic and gives us to the opportunity to manage the habits and behaviors that conspire to create the character that we are, that others see and experience.