20 important questions in life: 6
Pause for thought…
If I sent you to live in Mongolia, you’d need a lot of information about Mongolia in order to survive and thrive there.
Similarly, you’ve been sent to live in the world…and the best way to survive and thrive in that world is to have a lot of information about it.
Sure, you can learn from others and you can learn from TV, but if you’re serious about understanding the world (and the advantage that comes with that understanding) you need books.
Lifelong learning keeps your brain young, the mind supple, your conversation more interesting and also improves your resumé (CV). So, I repeat the question…
What’s the best non-fiction book you’ve read this year? What extra curricular courses are you doing? How do you ensure that you’re constantly learning?