“Learning on the go” is something we can all do more of.
Whether you’re a professional at writing and blogging, or just beginning, we all need to hone our craft and grow in our capabilities.
But (like most writers) who actually has time for that?
If you’re like me, the first thing to go when I’m busy is the extra training and studying. We’ve got lives to live, mouths to feed – three, in my case – and work that needs to be done.
So, how do we inject lessons, learning, and practice into our already busy lives?
The stress can feel daunting and we may sometimes feel like giving up.
However, in the age of mobile devices and streaming, we no longer have to sacrifice our precious time in order to fit in our studies and growth. Instead, we can use some key tactics and methods to help us improve and hone our craft so we can make “learning on the go” much easier.
Today, I want to show you four methods to learning your craft that helped this father of three still be with his family and do his job while also gaining the skills and knowledge that helped me to build a 7-figure online business.
It’s no secret how I did it – it was just a determination with a focus on effectiveness and efficiency.
By integrating these “learning on the go” methods into your life, you, too, can be as productive as I am and learn to grow your business as well!
1: Free Series and Lessons — Podcasts
Podcasts are an incredible way to learn on the go. While there are many podcasts created for the sole purpose to entertain, many have been created to teach you or discuss certain trades of the craft.
But what makes podcasts so unique for our path to “grow while on the go” is their benefits:
– The ability to listen anywhere, including during your commute or during your gym workout
– Regular episodes, which allows you to stay on top of the latest trends in your industry or niche
– The personality and voice of the content creator is stronger than in a blog post
The best part of podcasts is that finding them is simple. You can either go to iTunes and use their Search feature and type in what kind of things you want to learn, or you can turn to Google and look for lists presented online with best recommendations based on what it is you’re looking for.
For writers, here’s a list of the best podcasts to help you not only improve your writing skills, but also for how to use your writing for creating a book, writing better blogs, or just turning to freelance work. Read More