Make learning stick through behavioral change.

Put hyper-learning into practice through your behaviors.

Think about how you learn. For example, do you learn by asking questions, remaining open, staying humble or keeping focused?

Do you prefer quieting the ego, exploring, collaborating, testing assumptions or examining data and evidence?

In your journal, list seven behaviors you find critical to your own learning. Then ponder the sub-behaviors that drive each of your seven behaviors. For example, if you chose “collaboration,” you might write “active listening” beneath. If “courage” appears on your list, add “challenging the status quo,” and/or “having difficult conversations.”

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