The omnipresent school

The class is in session. We’ve gone from cave settings to our current access from anywhere online class settings. Schools, colleges and universities meant physical structures with classrooms, playing areas, and facilities designed to engage the students. Now the places to get education are omnipresent. The web has literally transformed how we gain, use, and acquire new knowledge and skills.

Are you in class now? What are you learning? What’s next?

15 Minutes A Day

I started an experiment. The experiment is to allocate 15 minutes each day to learn something new.

There is no shortage of resources to learn from in  today’s world. Connect to the internet from any corner of the world and you enter an universe where you can learn anything and as much as you want. What you need to become more knowledgeable is curiosity, focus and dedication to continuous learning.

On the first day I started the 15 Minutes A Day experiment, I read How Tim Ferriss Became the ‘Oprah of Audio’—Behind the Podcast With 70M-Plus Downloads on the Observer website. The article was informative and a fun read. I am already excited on how much I will learn each day going forward. At the end of each day, I feel accomplished, informed and happy that I learned something new. A day well spent.