24 AUGUST, 2021

Upskilling can be a lifelong goal because, after all, learning never stops. You can upskill your domain knowledge by learning new and emerging concepts around it. Or you can try something entirely new that interests you.

To be a forever learner, you have to nurture your inherent thirst for knowledge or develop it along the way. Here’s how you can develop the right approach and attitude towards upskilling.

  • Take credibility in your learning. Choose a subject that assures you of long-term interest and benefit.
  • Set a realistic timeline for learning a new skill. Stick to the timeline and don’t procrastinate or shift your goalposts.
  • Make the most of your free time. Balance your education while keeping time for your work, chores, and leisure.
  • Keep your eyes open to new learning opportunities and emerging developments in your chosen domain. Also, scout for good teachers, online education platforms, and institutes. 
  • Don’t miss a chance to apply your skill to practical use. Learning guitar these days? Step up and play a song for your friends and family. 

Learning is an investment made for your mental satisfaction and professional progression. It enriches your professional worth and also gives you a sense of achievement. If you find any of your skill development pursuits expensive, try a Kotak Mahindra Bank's personal loan to finance it. It’s an investment that continues to return in kind for the rest of your lifetime.

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