Three causes of learning failure and how to overcome them

Three causes of learning failure and how to overcome them

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Some topics are easy to learn. The concepts make sense, they stick in your mind and they’re easy to connect with each other. It’s fun to go over the ideas, whether they’re the basics of the cutting edge.

When the topic is this good, studying is a great way to unwind.

Other topics are different. They’re confusing messes or jargon, awful metaphors and pointlessly difficult descriptions. These dull, tedious fields grind your sanity to a fine paste.

Except none of that is true.

There are no ‘easy’ or ‘difficult’ topics.

Nor are there ‘fun’ and ‘tedious’ ones.

Those properties exist only in the mind. And that’s great news because, while you can’t change the world, you can change your mind.

Which means you can learn anything.

It’s as easy or as hard as you choose it to be.

If you struggle with a topic, then there are three ways your brain will resist learning about it:

  • you feel anxiety during tests, assignments, projects or other bodies of work,
  • you feel bored and/or frustrated by the ideas
  • when you’re studying, you’re not in the right frame of mind.

If you hate a topic, you might get all three of these.

And if you get even one, it might lead you to hate the topic.

But you can reverse all three of those.

You can stay calm, focused and alert during exams and other pressure situations.

You can find things to be curious, interested and excited about.

When you study, your mind naturally enters an ideal state for learning.

Sound too good to be true?

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