There Are More Things To Learn, It Never Ends

Deliberate learning has been part of my daily routine since I started reinventing myself. And I believe, every people should do it. Every people should set aside time for learning, challenging their beliefs, and asking questions.

Often, I remind myself I’m no expert of anything and there are more things I need to learn. If a day passes and I did not learning something vital for my craft, my goals, my growth as a human being, I feel guilty. I don’t know why.

Here are some self-education strategies that work for me:

  • Read blogs of people I admire every day.
  • Read books (Average 1 to 2 books a month. Hoping to read more)
  • Watch TED talks, School of Life, or other similar videos.
  • Converse with like-minded individuals. Listen.
  • Teach people (teaching is learning, yes).
  • Write something (writing is learning, too).
  • Test the things I’ve read, tinker, experiment, try something new.
  • Ask questions or try to answer questions from anyone.
  • Contemplate about things I did recently (usually done on weekends).
  • Challenge my beliefs and other people’s.
  • Watch tutorial YouTube videos.

Though I do these things on a regular basis, I feel like not doing my best to learn. Seems like there are more things I’d love to discover. More things to quench my thirst for knowledge. More life-lessons. More biographies of great people. More compelling stories.

More things to learn, right?

What about you? Are you taking advantage of the Information Age? I would love to hear your thoughts. Let’s connect.

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Jade Panugan

I follow my curiosity and write to understand. I love to cultivate my passions, craft new ideas, nurture wisdom, and learn more about life. I believe we're here not just to pursue our desires, but also, seek understanding, help each other, and make a difference. If there's anything you want to discuss or share, contact me.