Four steps to master any life skill
Master any life skill just in four steps
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Human life begins a baby boy to a powerless, no ability to do something only those involuntary actions, and then his life will continue and the child grows up to become his environment are motivated and driven to learn the skills and behaviors that are not known, start learning it when he sees around him are doing, and then begins her experience and rehearsed even mastered and carried out without the help of one such: (walking, talking, showering ... etc).
It's known that behavioral skill as the ability to perform effectively in certain circumstances one finds himself out, so you realized the learner his effort mental and you've become a part of the reservoir and became used in different situations, and repeated and achieved levels that predict for mastery in dealing with attitudes, organization and here become skillful.
The Educational Psychology scientists divided the process of learning and behavioral skills into four phases consisting of which the behavior of the human mind until it becomes a part of his character, and this peace applies to any skill learned by one at any age of his life whether it is in early childhood or in young people or adulthood.
1. No skill in the subconscious
At the beginning of human life had not known that there are walking on two legs until he began to see it go in front of him all the time, and speak the language gradually begins its understanding. At first one you do not know that there is such a skill, not knowing that there are behaviors such as walking and eating with a spoon, and a lot of other behaviors. At some point in my life stage I did not know that there is a skill called active learning, and therefore I did not use it in my classes, and this stage could be a moment ends with this information you see in a book or an article in a site, ending in a moment in which sees the child from walking and speak in front of him.
2. No skill in consciousness
The moment you recognize where the existence of that skill in life enter into the second phase, which you decide duration, which has been lengthened or shortened; because it now with your hands you and moved from the unconscious stage of awareness, and awareness is the basis of life and the upper stage of thinking, When information is transmitted to the awareness of it has surfaced and became able to catch them and take advantage of them. What drives a child to learn to walk? Or makes you seek to learn driving a car or to master the Sanskrit language and learn to speak out? Here motivation plays a key role in the transition to the next stage, while you may ignore the existence of Sanskrit language and learning it does not want the learning to drive a car, or feeling the management and set up skill ...
3. Skill in consciousness
Chronologically this stage takes the longest time; because they include learning the skill all its details, and rehearsed until Mastery. Learn a new language word for word and then begin to form sentences so that they can post new threads and read complete their books, driving a car starts a lot of mistakes and minor accidents and confusion during the shifts in speed and stopped in the right place, and you need to be at this stage in full consciousness during the learning You may even be knowledgeable about what is happening around you, and focus on the learning process and fully understood.
4. Skill in the subconscious
After all that training and awareness of the information and try to do everything as it should, up to the stage of carrying out those without the skill to think about every step while doing it. Driving and you eat, think, and plans fully to your day without thinking about all the movement you have to make, speak the language you speak brilliantly and versatility without the need to stop for a few seconds before you utter any sentence, and put the right have the time or appropriate for the context of the word. Now you have the skill and which has become an integral part of your personality, and even if I left practice a period of time will have like you've never let go; because they have become part of the unconscious mind, which does not forget nor neglect something you see, he is a giant warehouse, which contains all your memories and your skills.
M E Elerian
writer at newsandstory.com