Platforms to Put Your Dreams into Practice
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The internet has given the world a platform to share our ideas and put them in action. One can find online tutorials, blogs, and communities all dedicated to learning and teaching the skills we want.
There is no better way to make your dreams come true than by putting them into practice. In this post, I’ll give you five tips on how to get started with these platforms so that you can begin the journey of making your dreams a reality.
1.Watch away from distractions.
If you’re trying to watch something or learn something online then avoid distracting soundtracks or sites while doing so.
A great way to do this is to find a popular website that already has a tutorial/video for what you’re trying to learn and watch it with the site in ‘private mode.’ In other words, open another window in your browser and switch it from public to private.
To do this you’ll need to enter chrome://settings/content in the address bar and press enter. This will take you directly to your content settings where the ‘In Private’ option should be enabled by default.
2. Use platforms that interest you.
If something doesn’t interest you then it’s unlikely that you’d put any effort into learning about and practicing it. Find a site that does interest you and learn everything you can about it. Read and watch tutorials and find yourself answering questions on the forums.
Get to know the people behind the site too because they might be able to help you when you need help or give some insight when they don’t know the answer themselves.
3. Share your skills with others.
If something gets tedious or boring, make sure to share what you’ve learned with others in order to keep them interested in what you’re doing too.
This means that there are people out there that are also learning what you’re trying to learn, this way it is in greater demand/increased in value in some way.
4. Create a schedule and stick to it.
Schedule your work time and force yourself to stick to it even if you’re not really interested in the subject you’re learning.
Set daily goals for yourself and don’t allow any distractions during that time period, this way you end up getting more done in the time that you’ve dedicated to working on it.
5. Build on what you know/learn.
If you’re trying to learn something new, chances are that there’s another skill or concept that you already know/understand that relates to the new one. Find ways to build on what else you already know in order to get better results in terms of how quickly you can learn the new thing.
For example, if you’re trying to learn how to play the guitar then find a song that uses easy chords and practice playing it on your keyboard (if your keyboard can play chords) or on your smartphone (if it doesn’t).
Once you’ve gotten comfortable with those chords then find a song that uses more difficult chords and practice those as well.
These five tips should help you better understand how to access and use online tools to make your dreams come true. By sharing and putting your skills in action, you’ll be able to make them a reality faster than if you were to hide them away.
If what I said here has been helpful, feel free to leave a comment below, it helps me know what kind of content I should put up next!
Also, if you have any other methods or tips that have helped you then please share those too because I’d love to hear from others as well.