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The Greatest Skill You Can Learn to Live a Better Life By Steve Kamb • Last Updated: January 24, 2013 • 115 comments Today, I’m going to teach you the greatest skill you can possess as a human being. “Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.”.

Being fit is a skill. And if you want to live a long and healthy life it’s a skill you need to develop. Learn how to train different parts of your body, and develop an appreciation and understanding of nutrition.

Then prepare or adopt a fitness plan and take action. “Formal learning can teach you a great deal, but many of the essential skills in life are the ones you have to develop on your own.” I learned an immense amount in school. I think teacher’s. You need to pay attention and figure out how you can get more time in your life, and use it in a better way.

One of the easiest ways to become better at this is to go one day at the time. 13. How.

“Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you’re willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.”. In today’s video, we’re sharing with you the list of 10 skills that are hard to learn, but will pay off forever! HELP TRANSLATE THIS VIDEO If you loved.

Another skill that benefits all aspects of your life. Sometimes relationships are awkward and you have conversations that leave you wanting to teleport anywhere else than that moment. Being able to communicate your wants, needs, and what can be improved are the building blocks of a healthy, lasting relationship.

perhaps the most important life skill is the ability and willingness to learn. By learning new skills, we increase our understanding of the world around us and equip ourselves with the tools we need to live a more productive and fulfilling life, finding ways to cope with the challenges that life, inevitably, throws at. Curiosity. Lifelong learning is driven by curiosity. Outside the rigors of school, there is no educator or peer to motivate us to learn and expand our mind.

Developing curiosity is undoubtedly one of the most beneficial lifelong learning skills you can have.

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It is the one skill that is probably more important to your overall happiness and well-being than any other skill that you can develop.

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You can have a skill simply by knowing how to practise it, even if you never do; whereas moral excellence is entirely a matter of practice.

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Skill is one of the real sources of the satisfaction of living.

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And with that skill, you can make lots of positive changes in your life, including daily mindfulness!

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This one isn’t exactly a skill, but more of a state of mind: be willing to learn new things!

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These skills also underlie a sense of having control over one’s life.

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Nor were these skills useful when I got married, had children, faced financial issues, or confronted the hundreds of other challenges in everyday life.

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It is a skill which can be learned and improved upon through practice.

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But most important, if you want to be successful, these skills need to become a part of your life.

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Without a doubt, the ability to set and achieve goals will do more to improve the quality of your life than any other single process you could ever learn.

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  • It’s what you belief, if you say it will be a long journey, it will be a long journey. If you belief you are not ready, you are not ready ��, change your mindset and take the step

  • i am surprised that there are people who think like me. i do much of the things you said in the video and that the reason i am productive when i want to be

  • Seems strange to me how she leads with being adaptable as the best quality to have, and then launches into her POD theory. It’s not always that easy to adapt to moving somewhere else or starting a new job or new school. Sometimes it’s a dog eat dog world out there. Some people really are out to get you. What does play, others, and downtime really have to do with adapting to a new life situation???

  • In today’s video, we’re sharing with you the list of 10 skills that are hard to learn, but will pay off forever!(by Evan Carmichael)

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  • Hi Mr.Carmichael,
    Thank you for sharing these great rules and I specially loved these three rules
    1.Listening More
    2.Managing Time
    3.Being Consistent

  • The concept of the video is amazing…. but be more specific with each point…not just cut parts of other videos and pasted giving a very basic explanation…

  • You are best best and best Youtuber I have ever seen…!! Others counsel just what they know and their personal opinions on that but You are really great!!! You cluster all the successful personalities for their best advice… Thank u so much for this!!

  • #7 Be in the Moment. This one hit me the most. Like most pieces of valuable guidance it is not like I didn’t already know this. This one of the most valuable videos I’ve seen in a while! Thanks for sharing it.

  • It would be very ungrateful if I don’t thank you here. THANKS A LOT. you put in soooo much effort and you have touched and changed life of so many for better. Keep up the good work

  • I think part of the issue is our technology and comforts. We are afraid to the lose them and our security. We are also envious of those around us for various reasons. I don’t think being busy or not busy the key to happiness. It is simply your perception of your life. People have lived with very little and found contentment. People have had busy lives full of purpose and wealth, but were unhappy. Could you be happy not being able to have children, have a rank in society, have a circle of friends to protect you, etc.? Could you be content/happy at the bottom of the heap or do you feel the need to be better? Loneliness is again a perception. When you see others around you interacting in a positive way you can feel lonely, but there are people who are happy living alone. I think this is all related to the placebo effect and what we believe/perceive.

  • 5:34 If I put my phone behind me, I just feel like it’s whispering in my ears. It’s looking at me at all times. It’s kinda scary.

    So I put it in a drawer.
    Much better.

  • 11 Be knowledge seeker…… Reader are leaders. 12Develop ability to take action. 13Don’t forget to enjoy while you’re in the process of developing yourself. 14Creat value for others. 15Forgive yourself.

  • YOU are SO AWESOME! Thank you much….. I really need to hear this. You are a great speaker and your Certifications and such are very impressive. Once again, Thank you.:)

  • 4:50 This hit me hard… As someone who loves to elaborate and explain I tend to be excessively vocal… not letting other people speak unintentionally… I hope I learn this learn well and thanks for sharing this ��������

  • This is such a great fucking idea. Holy fuck I actually don’t know how I haven’t figured it out, just start with 5 minutes a day where you do stuff you need to do and gradually increase it, it’s what i used to do with workouts.

    Thank you for sharing this man, it actually has had an impact on my life

  • Concentrated ruthlessly for an hour. Before I knew it, two hours had gone by. Was actually sad when I had to stop working. If you’re ever in NYC, I’m buying you a beer!

  • I truly enjoyed this video,with the COVID crisis right now chances are I might be going back to work in January so today has been stressful to say the least.I am going to use the next few months to further my personal development and what I am going to apply is;
    1. To be more honest with myself.
    2.Improve my listening skills especially when opinion differs.
    3.Manage my time better.
    4.Stop whining & complaining,will adopt the #StopWhiningWednesday idea.
    5.Staying present in the moment.

  • Creativity is an important skill in living life better, standing out, problem solving, contributing and giving value to our work and those around us. It can help us stand out, get noticed. Creativity is not just something we get from within. Creativity is energy that can influence others.

  • I was sure she was going tosay shutting off the damn computer and phone website attention.
    Lol but no, we’re addicted and not adapting to realise it’s sickening us, sleep depriving us and keeping us from luving our real life.
    I guess I could brag the social media I partake in is educational lemonade….
    Not like it keeps me awake til 3 am.
    Not like most kids aren’t addicted to video games…
    They don’t read or play outside using their imagination and discovering nature.

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    Great video like usual, Joey! <3

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  • Since the quarantine has given me loads of free time, I’m using it well by learning new things, both fun skills and useful skills. It’s been a great time, and I hope it’s going well for you too reader:)

  • Making coffee
    Keyboard shortcuts
    Simple model
    Rubicks cube
    Martial arts basics
    Learn to change tyre
    Photoshop
    Mapping
    First aid
    Language learning
    Riding bike
    And then I left the video

  • I have been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder and this video was soooooooooooooo helpful, as you know the emotional responses of such an individual can be very horrible. I am also a recovering Alcoholic. Anyways, This video should be viewed by a lot of people. Especially people with Personality Disorders, and a lot of other people as well. I just felt the need to add this comment.:)

  • No 7 is a big lie…very big one…u have to live in the future to get there..if u live in the present…u will die a Nobody in the future…if u live in the pass u will die a failure in the present…if u live in the future u will get the tomorrow ur looking for…

  • Each episode is so amazing! ��
    I’m also fan of design podcast by Future London Academy. Check the discussion with Buck Studio on how to Learn anything you want. ⚡️ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2EIfXMPmSg ⚡️

  • I’m a teenager, and these years should be vulnerable and difficult with all the hormonal changes going on. but I decided to quit social media for good, it has completely changed my perspective of things. It’s more to it, but it’s the main thing that got me to actually get shit done. I used to look for approval from others, and never within. I used to be my biggest critic, but now I have some nice things to say too. I get excited doing sports in school, sports in general. I remember being so stressed around the people in the gym, sure you get more comfortable the more you push yourself to go there. I want to learn things even if I might come off as dumb. I want to live, I want to try everything. I want to make an impact and talk. the thing that’s a bit crazy is that I don’t relate to anyone my age anymore.

  • Great talk. I am going to start taking a daily dose of POD everyday. Really liked the comparison to dolphins! So true and makes sense.

  • I do that too, too often.
    -“You have a line on call two.” Announced for the whole company to hear. ��☺
    -“I need a bubber rand.” ��
    -Fuddruckers… I won’t type it here, but yep, did that one in front of the company owner. ☺��
    Now, back to the topic. ��

  • Someone else is using Tedx to learn English? I was using Tedx to learn English however I’m wacthing this because is incredible like I can to learn diferents and usefull things.

  • You’re absolutely right with this, I’ve struggled with focus and ADD on medicine off medicine for years and felt like I couldn’t accomplish anything. About two months ago I came to the same conclusion as you say and it’s made a world of difference.

    I’ve been able to focus slightly better and have even improved big things from doing taxes or exercise little things like gaining ranks that I couldn’t before in a competitive video game.
    I think the fact is multitasking is a myth and some people are able to switch quickly and regain focus but for viewers of this video I can say a lot of depression and helplessness can be fixed be a little thing like putting your phone in a different room when you want to focus on something else

  • I love this video! But I had to giggle at the end, after telling people to turn off their homepage and sidebar feeds you asked them to bring the algorithm in your favor, so other people can see you on their home screen and sidebars…..

  • I really need to focus. I started a visual novel that I should have finished weeks ago. Made barely any progress in the last few weeks.

  • the essay IS what I should be doing right now and instead I’m binchwatching these videos, whilst texting and watching SpaceX’s new Starship doing a hop test on another screen..damn I procrastinate HARD!

  • I recommend you to use the pomodoro technique, it’s amazing for being productive and resting in between your working times, I’ll share this webpage, which is the one that I use: https://tomato-timer.com/

  • it’s a bit ironic that you speak about reducing time on youtube but also asking to watch/subscribe your next channel on Youtube:)

  • I’m sorry, what the woman is talking about is very inspiring and all, but the smacking sound she makes every time she opens her mouth is incredibly distracting…

  • Joe, I just discovered you this morning, I’m on my third video of yours and I can’t thank enough for the information you share. Now a subscriber!

  • Even after diving in the path…I doubt the path I took….thereby doing the old addictive things…there goes the loop of my life

  • Skill#4 I’ve always been a very bad listener. What really has been a game changer for me is the practice of mindfulness. After years of mindfulness practice I am a much better listener now

  • THAT’S how m understood animals n just can not live without the animals they leading my soul without any harm.dolphin cow dog rabbit bird rat………………n more

  • You forgot the best skills of all, copy and paste other ppl’s videos and monetize it for your self.
    I have never seen anything like this.
    Your whole video’s content was stolen from other ppl. Haha

  • Sir nice content. Would like you to detail and solutions on the excuses our brain throws everytime we think of doing something hard but important. A specific video on this would also be highly appreciated. Thanks

  • And yes, when you make your schedule don’t write there for example “do my homework 7pm-8pm” or “Go for jogging at 5pm”. Put your task in frames of a day, but not in frames of particular hours. Who knows, maybe it isn’t enough for you to do your homework for 1 hour and you need 1h10m and it will affect the quality of your work and you will feel bad because you didn’t manage to do your work in time. Or maybe you forgot about your schedule and it’s already 30m you should have been doing your homework. Or you were helping your friend, or you were hungry and so you were at the lunch and so you can’t be in your time frames to do your work. Or if it’s 4pm you feel you can go jogging but you don’t do it because it isn’t 5pm and when it’s 5pm you can finally go jogging but you don’t feel good to do this already. It can ruin everything. So write a particular day “work I need to do on April 7th:” but not a particular hour.

  • Yes, the biggest mistake people do is doing unnecessary and unimportant things before the things they should do during the day.
    It’s easy to play a game for 1 hour, then you say yourself “ok the hour has left, I need to do my work I planned” and then think “but before it I want to play another round/5 minuets”. And when this time passes you say it yo yourself again, and then again, and when you are finally tired playing games you are also tired to do your main deeds. And you think “Ok, I’ll do them tomorrow”. And when it’s tomorrow you think “The thing I have planned to do takes me quite a heap of time so I check my social media at first, because it takes way less time and then I can calmly do my job. And when you check your medias you think “Let’s be here for another 5 minuets and then we’ll go to the work” and you say it again and again (like in the previous day, and in the day before it, and in the day before, and before). And you are tired again and you decide again to do your work tomorrow. And the whole your life is like this. A loop. And you can cut the loop if your first doings of the day will be your planned doings and then you may do everything you want the rest of the day.

  • I think this is a very well presented video. I will share it with my kids and the next generation. Additional skills (from my perspective): 11. Reading and you will be knowledgeable 12. Remove bias. 13. Explore Mediation and neuroplasticity 14. Create value by separating signal from noise

  • Wao I expected to hear something else like acquired skills. All skills has to do with what is inside of me already. thank you so much

  • Something to believe in discipline an morals an weed u loook realy nice in ur dress u guys should go to LEGO land we are to apart from our selfs we need to reconnect w our selfs that’s the freedom I wanted to give u guys generosity is wat truly touches pple both wen u receive an wen u give themore we connect the more we get to be our true selfs friend ship to is wat those plle need to its an amazing plant it brings life an joy happy hungry an happy

  • Passion is often in your chosen profession. “This is worship: to serve mankind and to minister to the needs of the people. Service is prayer. A physician ministering to the sick, gently, tenderly, free from prejudice and believing in the solidarity of the human race, he is giving praise.” Paris Talks, Baha’i Faith

  • The phone is the biggest distraction of all time, it is designed to keep you dumb and wanting more. Every time I see someone constantly on their phone I just think ‘slave’. My phone is currently in a box in a drawer in my room. Even if I have to put it away for multiple days at a time I will

  • This is so true I have been listening to my life coaches say to calm my mind so i added back in a little rest and play and it is doing wonders for my personal health to take on new challenges to come

  • Can these guys please give a tl;dr, because honestly even though the topics is very interesting, some of the speakers are not able to keep the viewer engaged or do not articulate clearly.

  • What do you if both your families from ur mother and father’s side are thieves who just want to steal from u? Her explanation is too vague. And targets a niche crowd.

  • Evolution can neither be positive or negative, it means adapting to the environment. The environment can be positive or negative, what is positive or negative is subjective and differ from person to person, what is positive for one person may not be positive for another. I believe we have created a negative environment for ourselves as a species and we are evolving to adapt to that negative environment which creates a lot of problems for ourselves, anxiety and depression being obvious examples in current society. Lets take personal responsibility for our own lives and collectively create a more positive environment. This starts with ourselves. We spend too much time looking at others and not within.

  • You are freaking hilarious and so unbelievably helpful. Truly appreciate your content brother. Great stuff. Literally life changing. You’ve earned a new subscriber:) Keep up the great work!!!

  • I watched this for the first time last year.

    Last week, I got a paycheck from my homecountry’s national television, for having them buying the rights to some of my own composed music.

    Unbelievable.

  • You may believe that if you don’t fight against your negative thoughts, those thoughts will become a reality. Yet, as long as you hold onto this false belief, you will not be able to experience the state of comfort. You will only be able to be in a moment of conditional comfort. I’m sure you already know this. Temporarily your anxiety may subside, but after a little while you will have more thoughts and become restless.

  • 14:19 “Stress is the #1 health epidemic of the 21st century” World Health Organization
    Coronavirus Covaid-19: Hold my beer

    12:18 Others, this explains perfectly why a lot of Americans are having a challenging time being quarantine during the stay at home. That lack of social connection is some people nuts!

    This was a very worthwhile TedTalk, especially during these pandemic times.

  • This not good. When P.O.D. becomes mudane and boring we will start the cycle over again. She just putting a bandaid on old band aid. Snake oil tactics.

  • I had a wonderful time listening your story and lectures. It gives me a good chance for our family, buds, myself. Until these days, I didn’t know how to play, communicate, rest. But I am trying  to play with my boys and girl, to company with my friends, to rest for meself. Thanks a lot. P.O.D(Play. Others. Downtimes)

  • This video is just amazing:)
    Speaking up/ Public Speaking
    Be Honest with Yourself
    Having Confidence
    Listening*
    Managing your time
    Stop Whining
    Stay Present in the moment
    Being Consistent
    Getting enough sleep
    Having Empathy

  • When you grow up with over controlling parents it’s very hard to have a beautiful life ��. I’ve let them do too much for me. I ask myself every day why did I have to have parents like this God? I feel so far behind in thislife of mine, so unfair watching other people live life to the fullest!

  • I love the concept of adoption to me it means not only assimilating the influence of the current environment into your life but also being true to yourself attracting authentic people people who elevate you and make you see things from their perspective thats a profound human connection and adaptation to me

  • I had another thought. What if people could live in the present moment and accept what occurs. It’s difficult when something happens to you or someone close to you. You want revenge, justice, etc. Imagine you could just leave it behind and move forward. I think this was fairly common in the past, but recently people have more time to dwell on these things alone. Our society is very judge mental in the modern age. When someone does something considered bad people jump all over them in droves.

  • One of my favorite timeless seminar to come back to year after year. We are so blessed that you had your life journey on this earth Mr. Rohn.

  • Hey, new viewer here. Just stumbled on your channel and I really like your videos. I’ve seen other productivity channels like Matt or Thomas but your videos really resonate with me for some reason!

  • You are POD and I am following you for years( without medication and a top brain for a top life with nature without dolphins but a life-tree!

  • To the person at Ted Talks handling the captioning, at 11:26 she says “constricted” not “constructed” �������� big difference though.. especially for the deaf person that can only read the data!