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Lifelong Learning is The Most Powerful Lifestyle Intervention For a Better Life

L'apprentissage tout au long de la vie est l'intervention la plus puissante pour une vie meilleure

Isaac Asimov explains it beautifully, “Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.”

I am constantly learning new things as I develop my business. One of the reasons I moved to Live here in France was so I could learn a new language and continue to learn and add to my skills and knowledge. I am very hungry for knowledge....more and more so with age.

So what about you? Have you embraced the Lifelong learning idea?

Click on the link above to read more about lifelong learning. What have you always wanted to do or to learn? It's never to late to start.



Some of the most successful and smart people are always learning.

Leonardo da Vinci, Descartes, Immanuel Kant, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Steve Jobs and many of history’s great minds were massive lifelong learners — they were curious about many topics.

They made time to explore their intellectual curiosities.

“Learn as much as you can from those who know more than you do, who do better than you, who see more clearly than you,” says Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Learning new skills, gaining new knowledge, upgrading your mindset, expanding your perceptions, changing your mind when necessary are essential habits of highly successful people.

If you are not learning something of value most of the time, don’t expect a different or better life.

Einstein was right, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”

A better life is hidden in the learning habits you are avoiding.

(French translation below)

Certaines des personnes les plus brillantes et les plus intelligentes ne cessent d'apprendre.

Léonard de Vinci, Descartes, Emmanuel Kant, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Steve Jobs et bien d'autres grands esprits de l'histoire ont appris tout au long de leur vie - ils étaient curieux de nombreux sujets.

Ils prenaient le temps d'explorer leurs curiosités intellectuelles.

"Apprenez autant que possible de ceux qui en savent plus que vous, qui font mieux que vous, qui voient plus clair que vous", a déclaré Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Apprendre de nouvelles compétences, acquérir de nouvelles connaissances, améliorer son état d'esprit, élargir ses perceptions, changer d'avis si nécessaire, telles sont les habitudes essentielles des personnes qui réussissent.

Si vous n'apprenez pas quelque chose d'utile la plupart du temps, ne vous attendez pas à une vie différente ou meilleure.

Einstein avait raison : "La folie, c'est de faire la même chose encore et encore et de s'attendre à des résultats différents".

Une vie meilleure se cache dans les habitudes d'apprentissage que vous évitez.





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