Why you should learn today and rest tomorrow

Once you stop learning , you start dying .

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Have you ever got the feeling that today is the day you already have lived once  ? You seems to remember each and every activity very clearly beforehand as it is like been-there-done-that kind a thing for the fifth straight day of the week . You only give chance to rest your mind and body on the weekend before pressing the repeat button again for the next week toiling .

There is a very good reason against the feeling that you have make yourself very proficient in using the most used formula in Microsoft office tool in your life i.e CTRL + C (copy) and CTRL + V (paste) . You lived your Monday and then copy-pasted it to the next working days of the week . Learning is consider to be the minimum requirement for the success in our field . We are living in the education era ; where getting updated regularly becomes essential for your work/field because information and knowledge on everything is increasing every single day and to keep up with the pace , we must have an utmost allegiance to it .

The world is a university and everyone in it is a teacher . Make sure when you wake up in the morning , you go to school . – T. D Jakes

When you try to reflect back the things that you do daily , you probably wouldn’t put learning new things on your priority list. When you keep doing the same things over and over again , there will come a time when you started to feel sick about going to same office , sitting in front of the same computer and pressing the same keyboard alphabets . Your mind will again be ready to give you  its-time-for-the-job-change advice , thinking that job change will bring peace . Remember just like stagnant water , stagnant life becomes hazardous for the surrounding ( including you ).

Benefits of Learning Daily

  1. Learning a new skill expand our mind and thinking to a new dimension which in turn helps us to grow as a person both personally and professionally .
  2. You could potentially become viable to earn more in the your work space with the added skills with your name .
  3. Exploring different content on the internet can help you to meet like minded people which may end up making to your friends list and help enhancing your social life. 
  4. On adding info about any topic to our knowledge bank give us a forward adrenaline rush which help us making our brain cells active.
  5. With the added skills , you will be apt to catch on to any new opportunity comes around your way and with improving daily your values within your organization will start to rise.

It is really important to keep pushing your learning boundary , making sure the inquisitive mind is always ignited to adapt , to learn and to acknowledge changes around you . Being in the comfort zone is not really the place to stay long . The potential benefits are really prodigious and to be honest you do not have anything to lose , so start learning today .

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