Why Learn New Things After College?
Updated: Nov 18, 2020
Learning new things literally makes you smarter; it creates new neural pathways in your brain, opening up your bandwidth for deeper and faster analytical and creative thinking.
As you gain exposure to new points of view and modes of expression, it makes you a more capable and understanding communicator, especially if you are learning from different teachers and sources.
It helps you think outside of the box, thereby allowing you to solve problems with increased resourcefulness and function, more confidence and, our personal favorite, less anxiety.
And there's never been a better time-- as Auntie Mame would say "The world is a banquet," and my great aunt would say "You really can learn anything on the Google."
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