I value learning, but I have not always learned wisely. Learn for the purpose of using it in practical experience for some practical good. John Maxwell says we should learn every day and learn to earn—learn to gain something. Learn from taking big risks and jumping into new experiences instead of just from reading. Timing is also important in learning. We often take breaks from learning at the wrong times. Mark Cole warns that learning often decreases as winning increases. T. H. White wrote, “The best thing for being sad is to learn something.” Learn wisely.

One thought on “Learn Wisely

  1. Cheryl Brown says:

    Good advice!


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