At my job (The Northwest Campus of LifeChurch.tv) I'm known to my co-workers as The Swiss Army Knife. Anytime something needs to get done, whether it's running the video switcher, leading things from stage, riding around on the lift, or simply un-jamming the copy machine, I'm right there in the thick of it.
It's not because I'm super smart, or have several skills in my tool belt. It's simply because I've learned how to learn.
I'm a lover of knowledge. Anytime I get the chance I try to learn something new. Usually if I don't know how to do something, I won't pass it off to someone who does. Instead, my attitude is "I will figure it out."
This attitude has been born out of my years of homeschooling. If I ever got a wrong answer on a test or lesson, I was able to go back and figure out why it was wrong. It was more important for us to understand the work, than to have a great score or grade. It was more important to learn than to pass.
Have you learned how to learn?