Friday, April 7, 2000
In a world where knowledge and information are growing at an explosive pace, there is no formal learning procedure that can possibly keep up. The reason? It’s almost impossible to discern today what you’ll need to learn tomorrow. Yet one thing is certain -- you will indeed need to learn.
The way to keep up is by learning how to learn. Learn how to use the knowledge resources available to you, such as the Internet, the library, media and other people. There are plenty of ways to learn what you need to know. Take responsibility for your own learning. Determine what you need to find out, figure out how to do that, and then learn it.
One of the best ways to learn is to attempt something challenging. Almost anything you set out to do will require that you learn something new in order to get it finished. When the project is completed, not only will you have a tangible accomplishment, you also will have learned something valuable. That knowledge will stay with you.
Challenge yourself to always keep learning. It’s essential for success in everything you do.
Ralph MarstonGet it done Values in action
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