How to Monetize Your Passion
Never leave the scene of learning something new without taking a new action. It’s time for you to declare which action step you’re going to put some attention onto and why.
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Despite having easy access to information, few people take full advantage of the opportunity we have for self-directed learning.
We still believe that in order to learn something, we need to be formally educated on it, when in fact we're able to educate ourselves.
Self-education is the core skill for the 21st century.
Our ability to respond to changes in the landscape of work and technology will be dictated by how skilled self-educators we are, how well we can take full advantage of the information available to us to grow our skillset.
Due to the global pandemic, there is a shift towards Digital. Worldwide events, once attracting gatherings of thousands, are either being canceled or have gone virtual. This impact is substantially felt in the learning sector, with most of the universities sending their students home.
Digital learning is often viewed as a secondary option. With the new realities upon us, this is about to change.
A convergence of virtual models with physical aspects of learning can help us with innovative solutions to existing problems in numerous sectors.
Technology is now poised to provide better healthcare, education, and other services to everyone in an affordable and ultra-efficient system.
Online learning gives us a choice and is a flexible virtual approach to learning, but it is not easier or faster, and one still has to learn. It is convenient due to zero commute time, no parking hassles and savings in daily expenses, but it still requires time and effort.
It requires more discipline and good study habits, along with enthusiasm and time management skills.
Are online books as good as physical books in terms of reading?
Reading on paper (physical books) is slightly better than online, but it comes down to personal preferences. In most cases, students have a choice.
Online course development is a relatively new learning technique, and regular brick and mortar universities did not traditionally have any resources allocated in their operating budget.
Over time, this cost disparity may fade away as online learning becomes a regular part of the budget, and initial capital costs are normalized.