We've all experienced it — that moment when you run out of time, money, or motivation to keep learning something new and quit. Seth Godin calls it "the dip — when the honeymoon phase of learning a new skill wanes.
The best way to avoid this dip is to prepare for it and know it will come at some point.
As Steve Jobs once said, "Half of what separates successful entrepreneurs from the nonsuccessful ones is pure perseverance." Remember, learning something new isn't a sprint, it's a marathon. Those who are persistent through this time will be the ones to succeed.
The bottom line:
It can be overwhelming to live in our world of constant information, news, and change. By following these hacks, you will have the tools you need to adapt in your changing environment and stay ahead of the game.
This article originally appeared on Thrive Global.
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