2019-02-13 Random Interesting Shit
Today’s Principle to Follow:
Principle #30: Focus on Gaining a Depth of Knowledge Rather Than Just Acquiring Superficial Tidbits.
The culture today is constantly bombarded by flashy and quick bits of knowledge. One day one thing is the big craze to know, the next day it is something else – These are mostly useless to have. They are interesting factoids that might help start a conversation, but they are not the way to build true knowledge and understanding. Einstein was once asked how many feet are in a mile. He said “I don;t know, why should I fill my brain with facts I can find in two minutes in any standard reference book?” He had a point. Knowing random details about an assortment of topics has a limited use.
Today you don’t even need a reference book, Google will have the answers as fast as you can type your question. The point is we should pick what we really want to learn, and immerse ourselves in that topic. Learn as much as you can, to the point that you’ve truly gained something worth knowing, something that you can apply in your daily life.
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