It is wrongly believed that quick learners are born, not created. But if this would be true, companies would not be spending billions of dollars collectively each year on corporate training programmes. Repeated research has shown us that it is people who track their progress who are better at learning, rather than any specific genetic makeup being required. According to management thinker Marcel Veenman, a focus on how to grasp is fifteen percentage point more fruitful than any innate intelligence. There is a three-step process to be followed to achieve such clarity in thinking. First of all, one’s end goals must be well-organized, so one knows how best to plan ahead. One must also learn how to think about thinking. This is called metacognition. Once, a new skill has been learnt, it is essential to reflect on the same, so that it gets well-absorbed.


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