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Posted March 6, 2020

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Never Stop Learning

Such a large portion of our lives are spent learning. The majority of us go to school from the ripe age of three or four, right up until we are graduating from university, finishing up an apprenticeship or landing our dream job.

At some point, contentment kicks in and the learning stops.

This is a completely normal thing to do. We’re trained to believe that the entire purpose of education is to learn and once you’re done with that part, you’re done with the learning part.

Regardless of whether you’re learning about technically challenging concepts, or simply about yourself, there is always room to grow and continuously educate yourself no matter how successful you are.

We owe every accomplishment we have made to the learning process that got us there.

The interview that sealed the deal on your job today was most likely only a success because somewhere along the way you learned from the mistakes made in all of the previous excruciatingly awkward interviews.

Learning is a never-ending process, and no matter how much we think we know in a certain area, there is still room to grow.

If we allow ourselves to take on this mindset, failure suddenly becomes a lot less scary… it’s just a part of the process, because when you’re challenged you learn!

Tell us about how continuous learning has helped you achieve some of your biggest accomplishments today!

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