1. START WITH YOUR ATTITUDE
Lifelong learning begins with a heart that desires changes, wisdom and application.
2. ASK QUESTIONS
Learners ask good questions. They possess an insatiable curiosity- a longing to know, discover, and inquire.
3. join Others
Collaborative learning- in classes, small groups, with friends and colleagues- allows us to benefit from diverse perspectives and approaches.
4. CHECK OUT THE OTHER SIDE.
5. READ BROADLY
Include a diversity of books, authors, and topics.
6. KEEP A JOURNAL
Recording what we learn captures our growth in wisdom.
Try new approaches and ideas. Age does not affect your ability to learn.
8. APPLY WHAT YOU KNOW
Out depth of understanding is often directly related to our ability to apply what we’ve learned. Application takes knowledge from the head to the heart.
Bill Mowry form Discipleship Journal