Move and learn
Move on, keep going because mobility is a flow of life per se. You know, even when you are active on the physiological level, all of the functional resources are getting mobilized into one whole system to work fast and productively not only physically but also mentally.
If you grow bored, move. Stand up, go outside, run, do exercises at home or in a park, get to know new people, sing, cook, organize a picnic or a dressed party, use the latest techniques, discover and share inspiring news, study languages, present gifts, travel, climb mountains, take pictures, be at the present moment. Well, start creating something yours based on your inner calling, whatever that is your zone for personal improvement.
Generally, doing exercises regularly is useful for the body as well as for the brain. It connects more neurons together to increase the brainpower and, consequently, creativity, concentration, and memory. Furthermore, it has a psychotherapeutic effect, giving the possibility to relax and express out the conserved corporal energy, circulate the vital energy flows freely.
In other words, be a pro-active explorer, make a step forward yourself because only you are able to know your own indicators of individual well-being. When you move and enjoy the process, you fulfill transcendental peak, being resonated in the world.
Another key point, the crucial part of both personal development and social utility is the ability to enjoy not only the result but also the process of learning, capturing something new and figuring out, being involved as teachers and students for each other in peer-to-peer interaction. Equally, interleaving between focused and diffused brain modes is vital because it’s necessary to balance between taking breaks to get relaxed before qualitative and energy-consuming learning.
The world-famous theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking once said: “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance; it’s the illusion of knowledge”. You might be confident that you know sufficiently and it doesn’t make sense to dig deeper or go on. That’s the way to burning out when everything around loses colors and to a lack of understanding things wider and fully. You are always able to do more. This “more” consists of something personally yours.
The learning process is similar to gathering puzzles in one whole picture. When you study, it’s nice to imagine how some details are related to the global system. Remember that your perception is based on your personal experience, so it’s better to use several resources to check information and catch the possible difference between your opinion and the real facts.
Besides, some things you were getting used to doing automatically. On the one hand, that’s great because you both don’t use extra energy to overthink about resolution and can transfer some similar mechanisms to many different things. On the other hand, automatisms might be the indicators of unawareness, habit, and lack of individual approach. Consequently, it’s perfect for any learning process to stop and recreate in your head a picture of what you have learned, analyze, experiment and modify your vision in mind and acts in reality. Especially, this is the way for breaking procrastination as the connection between triggers and the next usual acts. To start working, shift your attention not to getting a result but to the anticipation of the working process with certain steps and breaks.
Be curious, acquire a habit to learn everywhere, try any new approaches for the same context, ask and study, explain with examples and teach, reflect and summarize your learning outcomes, define the developmental zones and enjoy the process.