After school, you probably realized with some degree of alarm that real life requires a different skill set than what you learned in class. In some ways, your real education was just beginning.
Why is lifelong learning important?
- As a lifelong learner, you don’t earn grades. Instead, you learn to keep yourself curious, and open to change.
- Just like your body, your brain needs exercise. A commitment to learning keeps you sharp, when you’re no longer pushed by others to solve a problem or write a report.
- Learning new things keeps life interesting when your routine gets you down.
Read the full article here: Grow as You Go: The Importance of Lifelong Learning