Those days of knowing-it-all are gone. Things are changing so fast in today’s world, that you have to continually be learning. You have to put yourself and keep yourself on the learning curve. Don’t wait until you’re forced to learn a new skill. Don’t whine about it.
If you learn something new in your chosen field every day… that’s 364 new things in a year (you get your birthday off). Yes, I did the math. Pretty soon, all those bits of knowledge will start to connect with each other, reinforcing and deepening your understanding of the topic. Before you know it, you’ll be a subject matter expert!
And maybe, at some point in the distant future, your brain will overflow with knowledge, and you’ll have forgotten more than someone else even knows. But don’t forget the important stuff. Like remembering to call your mom. Being kind, offering encouragement and being nice. And by paying your knowledge forward. Meanwhile, the opportunity to “make learning who you are” starts right now. Click below to begin your journey!


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Christine MacNulty

Yes! In Part 2 of my Future of Work article, I’m going to mention the need for life-long learning. And, besides that, as Lou Holtz said “In this world you’re either growing or you’re dying so get in motion and grow.”

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Anonymous

Curiosity is the spice of life of which I feel keeps us forever young in mind and spirit.

Larry Tyler

When I was a child and lived on a farm. A salesman came by and sold my Daddy a set of Child Craft book for two dollars a month. Those books opened me up to a new world of knowledge and adventure. By first grade I was reading at a 4th grade level and growing better everyday. I have never stopped wanting to learn. Those books set me on my path to who and what i am today. Thank you for reminding me of that special time

Chris Pehura

If in that learning we include a short verbal conversation with an expert, I’m sold.

Chris Pehura

It’s very easy to learn something new every day. It’s much harder to both meet and learn from a new person each and every day.