KNOWLEDGE

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Submitted Date 03/05/2019
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Knowledge really is power.

Learning everything you can, to the highest capability, really does represent potential.

Whether it is reading an article, listening to a podcast, watching a video, having a conversation, writing an essay, or even just meditating and thinking.

The world is filled with so many possibilities it is nearly impossible to choose something to focus in on.

Hobbies are a way to enrich your life and there is honestly so many it would probably be impossible to even try every hobby once in life.

Some hobbies are deemed useless, some hobbies are free, some hobbies cost money, some are considered weird.

But everything involves doing something new, learning something, making something.

These are experiences, and sometimes experience is the best teacher.

Sometimes just being involved and in the moment of something is the most effective way to learn.

Classes are usually designed in a way that you learn something and then you implement it in some way in a hands on form.

Broken down to the most basic form: this seems like the best way.

But the truth of it is, there can never be a high form of teaching.

This is because every person learns differently, every person has a different perception of incoming information, and everyone has a different way of processing this new stimulus.

This is why it is so crucial to be open to new knowledge.

Whether it is striking up conversation with your apartment lobbyman, reading up on the current news, or listening to the radio on your way to work: you are accepting new stimulus and knowledge.

Each person in the world can teach us more.

We all have our own interests, experiences, lives, connections.

It was mentioned before how it is impossible to try everything out in this world.

There is no way that you can try everything once or learn much about every single topic there is to learn about.

That is why communication with others that have done things other than what you have done is so beneficial.

Conversation, collaboration, and cooperation all fosters knowledge growth as well.

Enter each day with the expectation of learning at least one new thing that day.

Before you close your day out, write down what the thing you learned is.

Whether you write a sentence, a paragraph, or even just think about it, ruminate on what your day’s experiences were and this will certainly improve memory and your command over your knowledge.

 

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