Kate Galliett of The Unbreakable Body talks about getting through the learning curve.
Episode 1784: Getting Through The Learning Curve by Kate Galliett of The Unbreakable Body on Potential & Aptitude
Kate Galliett has been a coach of movement and strength for 16 years. She is an expert at helping others unlock their True Nature and tap into their full potential through movement, fitness, body re-patterning, and mindset. She began as a trainer in a local gym during her college years and has had a wide array of experiences in the fitness, coaching, and entrepreneurship realms.
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This is optimal, living daily episodes. Seventeen. Eighty four getting
through the learning curve, IKEA Galliot of the unbreakable body, dot com and I'm just a moloch- does departure
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through the learning curve, like a galliot of the unbreakable body dot com, if you going
in any skill or ability. You
through a learning curve, how much
You feel that learning curve is dependent on two things,
you want to know what these two things are: seeking worked learning curve in your favour in the future, but first, what's a learning curve? Here's the wiki quote
a learning curve is graphical representation of how an increase in learning measured on the vertical axis comes from greater experience. The horizontal access
or how the more someone or something performs a task, the better they get at it end quote:
Laying we often say that something difficult to learn has a steep learning curve, with the implication that steep things I hills feel difficult. But if you take a look at a steep
given a graph, it indicates you're learning a lot and a short amount of time which may or may not,
I'd be difficult. A learning curve can be steep. Shallow short or long
but only one thing really matters. How much do you feel the curve when you feel the curve? You know it? You feel your deficient
in this skill or ability when you feel it
earlier more likely to become frustrated more likely to quit before you get through a curve to things influence. How much you feel alone,
curve men if you use them to your advantage, you're going to navigate the curve better. It's worth understanding these two things
Because what other option do you have quitting? How much you feel learning curve is influenced by aptitude aptitude is your natural ability or skill you were born with it.
If a learning curve is for a skill that is within your aptitude, mule likely
I feel the learning curve minimally, if at all, it's gotta capitalism,
natural aptitude by learning skills at naturally fit with them. But if you,
We ever do things where you don't feel the learning curve. It's likely not expanding our abilities. Much aptitude is great, but aptitude alone.
won't get you very far. We ve all heard stories
our along the way where a kid as a natural aptitude for sports or school, but doesn't but the work
and to better themselves and then what happens while the other kids you weren't does
very talented at that thing, but who worked their tails off caught up in surpass the natural talent in the end, you do not have aptitude for everything men if you'd like to write yourself off, because you don't have aptitude for something, that's fine, but are overlooking something major. You have aptitude for something
and you can exploit that attitude to get you through the learning curve of something else for which you have less aptitude. In example, if you're aptitude for public speaking is low, yet nerves
do you easily? Forget what you wanted to say, but your aptitude for things like mental imagery is high. You can easily picture things in detail in your mind. You can exploit that to help you improve as a public speaker, there's a
on technique for doing just this, rather than being in your head against the wall, China becomes someone who's, naturally talented, at flowing through a speech. You do this, make a memory palace with this mental.
Three technique, you imagine your own home or a similar place. You know well assign key points or phrases in your speech to each place in your home. Who give
speech by walking through your house in your minds. I in allowing your mental image
the living room, for example, to remind you of the key point you assigned to that rule and the subsequent details that will come from the key point by
this, you put your attitude in one arena to used helping improve in another arena. Now this sort of exploitation of aptitude will certainly make it feel more doable to get through a difficult feeling learning curve.
But the second thing that determines how much you feel learning curve will be what gets you through or what becomes your undoing? How you interact with uncertainty, quote pain and pleasure, govern us and all we do not always say in all. We think, and
the line is from eighteenth century Polly Mass Jeremy Bentham and outlines exactly what motivates everything we do in life, but which model
two more avoiding pain or acquiring pleasure loss aversion that
and then to prefer avoiding losses to acquiring equivalent gains, has been well established most here,
have some degree of loss aversion that influences how they act, but there's a site
what degree of new ones within the realm of being motivated to avoid losses or acquire pleasure. Eighty thousand seven study
goodbye by Russell a powder, I professor psychology at Stanford University found the following quote: we also
on that individuals display varying degrees of sensitivity to loss aversion and these. Why?
ranging neural responses predicted differences in their behaviour, for instance.
people with stronger neural sensitivity to both losses in gains.
Were more risk averse end quote: that is, if your brain is more
sensitive to losing and gaining more or less likely to want to take a risk and learning. Some new skill includes a degree of risk to
there's no guarantee your actually going to get or avoid the thing you are trying to get her avoid by learning the skill you dont know. Yet if it were
well worth your time or a waste of time. You aren't sure if it will work or if you'll get it or if you fail,
there's a second layer of new wants to your loss of all direct showed a theory that losses matrix
the greater activity in brain regions that process emotions such as the insulin amygdala, meaning if the parts of your brain
Where you process emotion, namely the amid the learned, the insular, become more active when you experience a law,
you may be more likely to avoid putting yourself in a position where you could experience. Alas, loss
Only a major damage has been shown to eliminate loss aversion with regard to money. This suggestion
there. May Dilah is a key.
Player and how you handle loss aversion? Learning a new skill requires a
set the level of uncertainty if you
someone who is less likely to bring uncertainty and your life by avoiding taking risks, you're more likely to field.
as comfort of learning curve: does it because learning curves include a natural amplification of risk potential loss and uncertainty?
which will trigger brain in different ways than someone else's brain might be triggered. You can imagine how,
could influence? How a learning her feels to you,
not only is your brain dealing with the neural activity of the actual learning of this new skill. You also dealing with really feeling the fear, emotion or discomfort.
of being in risk taking waters that are deeper than you prefer, and so too now
your next learning curve in a way that feels more doable and less like you should quit, because it's just too much. It really comes down to understanding yourself, better
where do your natural aptitude lie, and how can you put them to work?
Were you in arenas where you dont, naturally
So how do you interact with
but surely motivated by loss. Aversion. Learning new skills is awesome. Feeling, like you suck me, is not us
take some time to learn about your own personal nuances in these rooms and put leave on car
into your next learning curve,
then let me know what new skill you required from doing so
You just listen to the both title,
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