Life is for living and living a fulfilled life, one must have the vision to see that every day does not come just come to pass; instead, each day is a step that leads to that ultimate day of fulfillment.
So what is vision exactly? Is it having sight? As opined by Helen Keller, The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision. From The aforementioned, it is evident that having sight does not necessarily mean having a vision, but having a vision somehow activates your sight and puts you on the path of continuous improvement in bringing you to that place you have envisioned with your mind's eyes.
Continuous improvement that is borne from a vision is appreciated on the platform of learning. This learning is not cast in stone; instead, it is built within the framework of change that can be best described by an evolving principle of getting better by the day by not holding unto the past, instead of embracing the future by building on the current revelations.
The place of learning in human endeavors cannot be overemphasized. As we know it, our world today has been formed within the crucible of learning. Great minds have come to dominate the externals by looking inwards in asking questions that have led them to discover unique concepts and principles that have guided our civilizations' interactions.
In this episode of the Word Café, we will be looking at the art and technology of learning and how learning can be effectively used in handling the challenges of the 21st century. I have the honour of discussing this with Simerjet Singh.
Simerjeet Singh is a Virtual Keynote Speaker, International Motivational Speaker, Mindset Coach, and Growth Catalyst at Cutting Edge Learning Systems