Not Just What, But Why

Why do they call it rush hour when nothing moves? – Robin Williams

Ever feel like all you are doing is memorizing test questions and answers? Hard part about that is if the question is asked in a different way – you’re stuck! This way of preparing makes it really easy to get tripped up.

Understanding not just the What but the Why is important.

They can then ask the question any way they want and…You.Got.This!

ASAP practice tests are a great way to gauge what you know and what you need to focus your prep on…then make a plan to outline how you are going to learn what your missing.

Really learn – not just memorize.

Do one thing each day to create momentum:  

  • Follow an expert on LinkedIn – engage in the conversation. 
  • Take a lesson.
  • Inquire from your mentors.
  • Create an accountability group.

Do one thing each day. This might be a good time to reference an older post:

Habits are More Important than Goals

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Let’s Stay Curious and Grow What We Know

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