2018-12-20 News Feed
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #3: Learn to be Self-Reliant and to Prioritize What is Most Important
School, work, government, and other systems have their own agendas, and their own flaws. They will be happy to tell you where to go and what to learn, but at some point you have to decide for yourself what is truly important to know.
School focuses on learning math, science, and history, among other topics, but what about learning why those topics are important? They often don’t focus on the why, as much as they ask you to simply memorize facts. Survival skills are rarely taught in school, but this is another example of something that could be quite useful to learn. The point here is you need to decide for yourself what is important. Ask what you would teach if you were in charge of the school system. There is no excuse to be passive and let your education slip past you. Take those important topics and learn them for yourself.
Be aware that often times in modern society, trivial things are talked about on and on as if they are important, and truly important things like world issues are rarely discussed in any deep way. Intelligent people tend to strive to find something meaningful and important to them, and they will focus on this instead of trivial issues.
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