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Self-learning (also known as autodidacticism) is useful for certification (and fine-tuning) of your existing skills, to be able to learn continuously, and for the cultivation of your curiosity.
It’s essential to move out of the comfort zone and dive into the learning zone.
Self-learning is about goals and the meaning you derive out of your work, though it can also work without a goal, only for self-satisfaction.
The Learning Loop is as follows:
Mind Framing or the personal growth framework uses the PARI method:
The world is already moving towards direct acquisition of skills and away from credentials. Companies are increasingly okay with self-learned, skilled employees that get the job done.
Many online resources like Coursera, edX.org, Udemy and others can open new doors in our lives and provide us with new skills if we can take the plunge.
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