Mission to Learn – Lifelong Learning Blog
Follow Us!

Tag Archives for " learning goals "

What’s It Take to Be an Effective Free Range Learner?

Are you a free range learner? If you are reading this post, then chances are pretty high that you are. You probably like to read. You are probably constantly consuming content from a variety of devices

Continue reading

What are your wildly important learning goals?

I’ve written about goals a number of times here on Mission to Learn, but primarily from the standpoint of setting them. This video from FranklinCovey is about executing them. (Many thanks to Seth

Continue reading

4 Steps Toward Achieving a Learning Goal

There are a number of books I return to time and again for inspiration. Among those in the non-fiction category, Made to Stick and Switch by Chip and Dan Heath are easily in my top 10, so I was thrilled

Continue reading

How to Improve Concentration and Focus

I’ve written about a range of habits related to learning, but one I have not yet covered is concentration – perhaps because I find it among the hardest of habits to truly master. I’m as apt as anybody

Continue reading

While My Guitar Gently Weeps – Or the Importance of Setting Learning Goals

There is a part of me that resists the whole idea of setting goals for lifelong learning. With the world of tests and degrees behind me for the most part, I welcome the opportunity to be a dabbler, a dilettante,

Continue reading