The Secret To Become A Top Performer And Be More Productive | Catherine Mattiske

Oct 24 / Catherine Mattiske

The Secret To Become A Top Performer And Be More Productive

We all want to be successful in our professional lives and reach the top of our careers. But what's the secret to becoming a top performer? How can we be more productive and achieve more each day?

There's no doubt about it – success takes hard work. But if you want to achieve more in your career, there's one simple secret you need to know: learning faster. By increasing your learning speed, you'll be able to get up to speed quickly on new topics, stay ahead of the competition, and move up the corporate ladder faster. So how can you learn faster? Read on success seeker....there's a new world out there for you....

What’s the Benefit of Learning Faster?

One of the benefits of learning faster is that you can save time. If you can learn something in a shorter period of time, then you don’t have to spend as much time on it overall. This can be a great way to save time, especially if you’re trying to learn multiple things at once.

Another benefit of learning quicker is that you can learn more difficult things. If you can learn something quickly, then you can move on to harder concepts and learn them more easily. This can help you become a genius in your field by allowing you to learn the most difficult things quickly.

Lastly, learning faster can also give you more confidence. If you know that you can learn things quickly, then you’ll be more confident in your abilities. This confidence can help you in all areas of your life, both professionally and personally.

Overall, there are many benefits to learning quicker. If you want to save time, learn more difficult concepts easily, or boost your confidence, then learning quicker is the way to go. There are many ways to learn quicker, so find a method that works best for you and start reaping the benefits today.

Azariah – Moving into the Express Lane of Learning

Azariah was always an average college student. She wasn't terrible, but she also wasn't the best. Joining a marketing company, as their Social Media Manager, when it came time to learn about new technologies and social media algorithms, she found herself struggling to keep up. She knew that if she didn't find a way to learn in her "Genius Zone", she would never be able to keep up with her job.

Thankfully, Azariah discovered a new way to learn that worked perfectly for her. She discovered that her Genius Quotient was “The Horologist.” By breaking down the information into smaller chunks and listening to music while she was learning, she was finally able to understand and remember the complex algorithms in social media marketing. She was able to apply her new ways of learning to her job and quickly rose through the ranks to become a successful Marketing Manager.

What's your archetype?

9 Tips to Supercharge Your Learning

1. Stop trying to learn everything at once

When you try to learn too many things at once, your brain becomes overwhelmed and you end up forgetting most of what you’ve learned. Instead, focus on one thing at a time and give yourself time to master it before moving on to something else.

2. Create a learning plan

Sit down and figure out what it is you want to learn and how you’re going to go about doing it. Having a plan will help to keep you focused and motivated.

3. Set realistic goals

Part of your learning plan should include setting realistic goals. If your goals are too lofty, you’re likely to get discouraged and give up. But if your goals are achievable, you’ll be more likely to stick with it and see results.

4. Find a method that works for you

There are countless ways to learn something new. Find a method that works best for you and that you enjoy. Some people learn best by reading, others by listening to audio recordings, and others by watching videos. Experiment until you find a learning method that works best for you.

5. Take breaks

Your brain can only focus for so long before it starts to get tired. When you feel yourself losing focus, take a break and come back to it later. A few minutes of rest will do wonders for your concentration levels.

6. Practice regularly

It’s important to practice regularly if you want to improve your skills. set aside some time each day or each week to work on whatever it is you’re trying to learn. The more frequently you practice, the better your chances of mastering the material.

7. Be patient with yourself

Learning takes time and there will be setbacks along the way. Don’t get discouraged if things aren’t progressing as quickly as you’d like – just keep working at it and eventually you will get there.

8. Get feedback from others

One way to gauge your progress is to get feedback from others who are knowledgeable about the subject matter. If possible, find someone who can give you constructive criticism so that you can identify areas that need improvement.

9. Celebrate your successes

Whenever you reach a milestone, no matter how small, take some time to celebrate your success! This will help to keep you motivated and excited about learning new things

How You Can Tap Your Learning Potential

In today's world, the ability to learn new things quickly and effectively is more important than ever.

Fortunately, there is a growing body of research on the science of learning, and what it tells us is that the ability to learn is not fixed – it can be grown and developed. This is hugely encouraging news, as it means that we can all get better at learning if we understand how to learn effectively.

One of the key insights from this research is that our mindset – the beliefs we hold about our ability to learn – plays a crucial role in how well we learn. Those with a "growth mindset" – who believe that their learning ability can be developed – learn more effectively than those with a "fixed mindset" who believe that their intelligence is set in stone.

This research has important implications for education, as it suggests that we should be teaching students how to learn, rather than just what to learn. But it also has implications for all of us as learners, regardless of our age or stage in life.

If we want to learn effectively, we need to understand how learning works, and cultivate a growth mindset. Only then can we unlock our Inner Genius and reach our full potential as learners.

reflective questions

  • What methods do you use when learning new things?
  • What are the benefits of learning to learn?
  • How have you been able to apply learning to learn in your professional life?
  • How do you find the motivation to learn new things?
  • Do you have any tricks for retaining information?
Unlock your learning speed

In Conclusion

Learning to learn is one of the most important skills you can cultivate in your personal and professional life. The Inner Genius Profile will help you unleash your inner genius and start operating in your Genius Zone. Once you have tapped into this resource, learning becomes a joyful journey that opens up new possibilities for growth and success. What are you waiting for? Try the Inner Genius Profile today!
About Catherine

About Catherine mattiske

Catherine Mattiske, best known for creating ID9 Intelligent Design and the Genius Quotient (GQ), is a leading light in the corporate learning and team-building industries. She regularly works with large and small organizations to help team members better understand one another while effectively collaborating and boosting individual and team morale and productivity in the workplace.

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