Arun Pradhan has recently released the Learn2Learn app. I was excited when I trialled a development version of this app a couple of months ago, and felt this same excitement today when I downloaded the released version to my phone. Please note that I have no commercial interest in this product. I am encouraging people to use it because sound learning skills are vital to thriving and I believe this app is a high value tool to help people to be more powerful learners. I’ll be using it to improve my learning skills and habits – and expect to blog about what I’m learning when ‘nudged’ by the app.
Here’s a testimonial I’ve sent to Arun:
Continuous learning holds the key to staying abreast of change, identifying opportunities, adapting, and taking control of our careers. Most of us could be more powerful learners. Perhaps you need to improve your mindset, learning skills and techniques, take specific actions or develop better habits to boost your personal learning. The Learn2Learn app addresses all these aspects in a crisp, clear, concise and actionable way. The beautiful visual design and easy-to-use interface make this app a joy to use. There is considerable flexibility in how you explore the content and lots of options for practical application. With the additional references for deeper learning, and encouragement to share your learning with others via social media and an online community this app will fuel your learning on an ongoing basis, regardless of your domain. The Learn2Learn website describes it perfectly as “a course, coach and cheat sheet in your pocket.” Get this app, use it, stretch yourself and see yourself grow. This is an awesome investment in yourself and your career.
Would love to know what others thing of this app.