Would a tutorial be your best learning mode? Do you struggle with manuals and work books, trying to figure things out alone? Do you find making notes whilst you are watching and listening evokes more senses and makes learning and recall more effective?
What is your favourite learning technique? Are you kinetic and like to take part in work-shops where you are actually taking part; or do you like the peace of reading your own manuals, so that you can highlight phrases, work at your own speed and take breaks as you please. Did you know it has been found a 20 minute stretch of reading followed by a few minutes to assimilate what you have learnt has been a very popular technique. Something I found useful when in college, although now we have more areas of choice.
Maybe videos are your favourite mode, so that you can rewind odd bits not understood, and you have a visual impact whilst you are listening and taking brief notes.
When you have completed your notes at the end of the session do you review them and again later, and even write them up more fully whilst the information is fresh in your mind, storing them carefully in a named file for future reference? This does take a bit of discipline but works well for me when I take the time to do it.
I love to be organized and work in a tidy environment. When I worked in a particular office that was particularly ramshackle, in a very old and antiquated building I hated it. Boxes and clutter were everywhere. Perhaps this is one reason why I like to work for myself in an environment of my choice. However we are all different, what is your preference?
If you are considering working for yourself I can recommend affiliate marketing because of its simplicity with some support. You can be involved in as much or as little of the processes as you wish if you find a suitable mentor. You can work directly with your mentor just driving customers to their products, this is the simplest form; or you can build your own website and list of customers. You then have more autonomy and choice regarding future growth. You could of course begin in the simplest way and develop later. Obviously building a responsive list is a great asset for years to come.
Well whatever style of learning suits you there is an amazing amount of choice available. It is a good idea to decide what your preferences are before you embark on your new project. When you start to enter phrases into Google you may be surprised to find there are millions of people searching for ways to work at home, are you one of them?
Whatever your choice, start investigating today and enjoy an exciting future learning new skills.