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From this perspective, then, we may ask ourselves how some regions and their agents unlearn.
I urge you to take some time to be uncomfortable with your learning and to unlearn some of what you know.
To do this however, a company needs to get out of old habits and unlearn what you already know.
This is a behavior even experienced executives often need to unlearn, she adds.
We also hypothesized that the need to unlearn MI-inconsistent behaviors would be viewed as a more frequently encountered barrier to learning MI compared with several other common barriers.
But with time and each new film role, I continue to learn, unlearn and learn again, and therefore I am clearer about who and what I am.
Although, some fans might wish they could now unlearn the answer.
No one is going to teach you what to do; it is important to unlearn and adapt to the situation and develop skills and techniques which can influence change," says Patel.
Sengupta has urged management graduates to be ready to learn, unlearn and relearn what they have imbibed as a part of their studies.
It terrifies me in a completely different way and I almost had to unlearn things that I just do naturally, as Kylie.
Rather, they "have to unlearn everything they learned and then relearn new ways of living.
Quoting author Alvin Toffler, who said the key literacy skill of the 21st century is the "ability to learn, unlearn and relearn," Davidson goes one step further: "Unlearning is required when the world or your circumstances in that world have changed so completely that your old habits now hold you back.
First, the disciples had to unlearn a lot about their preconceptions of the Messiah and the Kingdom of God.
There is a need to unlearn the fear of the other and to 'unlearn the habit of xenophobia,'" said Jorge Sampaio, the European Union's representative to the OSCE, citing former Secretary-General of the UN Kofi Annan.
As stated by Alvin Toffler, "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.