You Learn Best by Doing


Thomas Edison, inventor and innovator, leader and entrepreneur, one of the greatest minds in the history of the human species, once said: “I only hear and I forget. I see and I may remember. But I do and I understand.” Edison’s quote here is an eloquent and simple manner of expressing a singularly inarguable fact, a fact that high achievers have always known: the best way to grasp new information and turn it into new results, skills, and the completion of goals is not just to learn new things but to apply them.

 

There’s no secret. Human beings can definitely learn by hearing, reading, watching, seeing, and analyzing…but when it comes to getting results you simply cannot learn better than to learn by DOING.  You learn best by doing. So do I. 

 

Think of how you learned as a child. Remember how you mastered your mother tongue, the way you picked up the trick to tying…



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