5 Wealthy Woman Hacks to Improve a Skill In Half the Time

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Wealthy woman hacks are all about working smarter, not harder.

Today’s mindful spending tips save money, but they often save time. Because your time is valuable.

1. Set a Clear Goal

Make it a goal that stretches you. Saying that you’ll get better at the piano is not a goal. It’s just a wish.

But scheduling in 30 minute lessons with an instructor on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays is a clear goal that you can measure.

2. Turn Your Goal Into a Challenge

One of the best things I do to improve a skill quickly is to build a challenge around it. 30 days is the ideal time for me. Here are some I’ve done:

  • Work challenges. My secret weapon in learning quickly is forcing myself to go all in. When I started my business, I read 52 books that year and did the first of many writing challenges.
  • Health challenges. I once did a smoothie challenge that taught me a lot about nutrition.
  • Money-saving challenges, like not eating out for a month. This forces you to gain better skills in the kitchen and improve your grocery shopping.

Why is a challenge such a game-changer? Because you have to practice your new skill consistently. No excuses. Just start!

3. Find People Who Know More Than You

I learned to speak Spanish from native speakers. I also built a business from the knowledge of others who have succeeded.

You can certainly learn a skill without an expert. But as soon as you find one, you’ll skyrocket your progress. So, look for people who can give you clear guidance. Even if you have to spend a little money, you’ll progress in half the time.

4. Seek Continual Feedback

It doesn’t have to be the in-your-face kind. But you need consistent feedback to tell if you’re getting better. So, ask friends, teachers, mentors, clients, and customers how you can do better.

Aside from people, the free trackers on this site can show your progress (or lack of) too.


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5. Make Learning Your Top Priority – Stay Curious and Committed

The best way to improve a new skill is to never give up on it.

It sounds like a no-brainer, but most people give up when it gets tough or they feel they’ve learned just enough. Go deeper.

Stick with the skill development long term and you’ll be unparalleled in your field. Leading to not only remarkable skills – but also incredible opportunities.

Learning can be done in many different ways…

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