If life is a journey, then a mindset of continuous learning makes sense.
And if life is a journey, then regularly taking action to adjust one’s course, based on the new knowledge, seems beneficial.
If the goal isn’t necessarily to get somewhere, but rather to enjoy the road being traveled, then all new learning becomes welcome, joyous, and extremely valuable.
If each life chapter is its own mini-journey along the bigger road of one’s life journey, then learning today prepares you for the next fork in the road … or the next new opportunity.
All learning today prepares you for tomorrow.
All learning today establishes a foundation for what you’ll learn and use tomorrow.
All learning today is a down payment for a knowledge-filled future.
It seems smarter to be a lifelong learner, rather than someone who already knows it all.
Are you a lifelong learner?
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