I keep talking about continuous learning, but then when someone asks me what are you learning, I might have to think. Do books I read count? Does Articles I read count? What about conversations? Videos.. movies?.. just work…?
Learning needs a structure I agree and so I am thinking I should pick a topic for a month and then delve deep into it. Use all forms of learning that I like to make a small understanding about that.
This can be a topic that I have some idea about or may be a totally new thing. It can be related to my work or not. It does not matter. This is one way to do it I guess. But the challenge is I get bored of things when I don’t see an immediate result or intention to use. But that is me. I have a hard time learning something without being convinced of the intention to use that learning somewhere.
The other option is to do focussed reading daily to reproduce that in some form of content. This need not be a daily content but even if we do not use the learning we can reproduce the learning in some form or other. This for me might work.
The point I want to make is, I think I am feeling that my learning needs a bit more structure and polish. Yes it is all falling in place but there is repetitions and a sense of stuffiness at times. Need to work on that.
Do I have a clear plan on how to deal with it. Nope… I don’t blog after having the plan… I blog to arrive at a plan. But I have identified that a problem exists. The solution will follow.
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