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#87999 11/13/19 04:04 PM
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Hi
I would like advice on how long should i perform DL for particular skill? Since I have time constraints do i do DL every day for week, 2 or 3? When do i stop it and start DL for other skill set? What is the best duration to achive maximum result?
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Hi Cofffeee!

There are no specific answers to your questions. Each person and situation is different and you will be done when you are done. Pay attention to where you are at with each skill you are generating, and generally you will move on when you feel complete.

If the skills are related, you can sometimes work on several concurrently, but just be careful not to overextend yourself and take on too many at one time. This will diffuse your focus and energy and end up diluting your results rather than enhancing them.

All the best!
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At the same time, consider the times you were driven to learn something or complete an assignment in a course entirely on your own or in collaboration with others. Think about your motivations for successfully completing a particular assignment or course of study. Recall the times you may have inspired others or worked in cooperation with peers to successfully complete a team assignment. These are all examples of self-directed learning. This term is common in higher education theory and in conversations about the different ways we learn in both informal and formal settings. According to the renowned adult educator Malcolm S. Knowles:

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