How To Learn New Skills In Your Spare Time by Jacquelin Bahe - Musely
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How To Learn New Skills In Your Spare Time

posted in Various
08/20/2019
  • Recently, I realized that I was spending all of my free time watching Netflix, instead of pursuing new skills. 

    So I decided to look into how I could learn new skills that would make me more employable, or would just make me feel happier whilst I was doing them. If like me, you want to learn new skills, here's how to do it.


  • 1. Choose Some Hobbies 

    Before you can begin developing your skills you need to have a think about where you want to focus your efforts. Maybe you want to develop a skill that you can use at work, or perhaps you want to try your hand at something completely new.

    Try to think outside the box and don't worry if you choose something that seems challenging because challenging hobbies are often the most fun.

  • 2. Search for Learning Resources Online 

    Thanks to the internet, learning new skills is actually really easy. There are so many tutorials and how-to guides to help you get started with just about any hobby.

    I chose writing as my new skill, and I found a great post on Source Expert at https://srcxp.com/things-to-write-about-when-bored/ that listed hundreds of writing prompts.

  • 3. Put Your Skills to The Test

    Once you've found a guide or resource that can show you the ropes, all that's left to do is have a go. After writing a few pieces from the guide I found, I created my own blog so that I could publish all of the work that I did.

    Developing a new skill is always hard at first, so my advice is to persevere and see it through to the end. With enough practice, you'll probably get really good at your chosen skill, and as you learn, it's likely to become more enjoyable too.

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