Learning, Unlearning and Relearning

August 10, 2016

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Some years ago I stumbled in a little sentence that I can say “it really changed the way I live and see things”.

The sentence was:

The illiterate of the 21st century,” Alvin Toffler famously said, “will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.

My thought is that you don’t need to learn the whole world in a day, month or year.

You just need to learn one thing per day and it will force you to learn new things, and amazingly unlearn and relearn what you already know, but by a new perspective.

Sounds curious? If so, just try it right now!

If you understand by heart what it means, please share your thoughts in the comments.

Since then I have been paying more attention to learning habits and today I just stumbled in a really good list of “Interesting Articles Study Skills and Habits”.

It would be a pleasure to share with you …  so let’s go! -> http://www.stlawu.edu/academic-support/interesting-articles-about-study-skills-and-habits

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