Learning should be a lifelong process. Funny enough that most of us cease to pick up a book to read or in general learn something new after college.
Gaining knowledge shouldn’t be a compulsion, it should be a hobby.
There’s no end to what you can learn.
Just because you started with a particular field to study doesn’t mean you need to be confined in that. You can pivot to other fields and be mesmerized by how exciting this world is.
By profession, I’m a software developer. However, that doesn’t stop me from learning stuff that is outside the field of software development.
I keep researching about health & fitness, business, self-improvement and more.
The moment you think that you know enough, you stop growing.
Learning doesn’t necessarily have to be through reading. You can learn through podcasts, videos or one-to-one sessions from a mentor.
Choose your medium and enjoy the process. At the end of each day, your goal should be to be a little wiser, a little better.
Have a definite goal in mind. It could be anything:
- Read 50 books in a year.
- Learn a new language.
- Attend 10 seminars around the country or the world.
Just about anything that will give you an opportunity to learn and grow as a human.
Never stop learning. Learn something new every single day.
The world is ever-changing. Why won't you?