Learn by Observation

November 7, 2012

How many times have you observed another person’s talent and thought “Gee, I wish I could do that”?

What if there was an easy way to adopt those talents or traits with almost no effort at all?

Perhaps the very fact that you notice the talent in another suggests you can develop it yourself.

Today’s video explains that you have the opportunity to learn new skills by observation. In fact, today’s video suggests that you can learn new skills or talents while you are engaged in a conversation about something unrelated to the skill you want to develop.

Can this be real?

If you’ve ever started to take on certain character traits of others just by spending time with them then you already know this is possible.

The key here is to consciously control the process. You do this by selecting the character trait you want to develop.

Next, you spend time with people who have it.

Next, you become aware of the talent or trait to the point that your subconscious mind starts to adopt it.

Gradually you will take on the same character trait.

Good luck, and thanks for watching.


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