Learning has developed a bad reputation, perhaps as a result of those painfully boring lectures we all endured in school, those grueling exams or pop quizzes we took or those long hours of memorizing information we’ve never once had the opportunity to use. But think about how you felt when you were learning to tie your shoes, drive a car or master a new hobby. Didn’t you have an insatiable curiosity about that skill that would serve you well or provide hours of entertainment?
Cathy Fyock, CSP, SPHR, is a senior HR/business advisor at the HR and benefits consulting firm Kushner & Company. She can be reached at email@example.com.
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