Libraries have aisles upon aisles of knowledge, gathered and collected into books written by very knowledgeable people. The strength of libraries, though, is also their challenge: all that knowledge is getting older by the day. And so is the knowledge in your brain.
This is not to say libraries and books and what you know aren’t valuable assets. What I am saying: new, current, happening-now stuff gets more of our attention. That’s where Learning comes in.
Learning is active, current, and in motion. Learning incorporates knowledge – take that old information, figure our how it’s relevant here and now, use it, and you’ve created new knowledge. That new knowledge is now on the clock, getting older by the second. Which means new learning needs to happen.
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