Tag: education

question

Don’t be afraid of it. Bloggers, teachers, bosses, and authorities of all kinds like to highlight the things they know for sure and shy away from the unknown. Maybe I have things backwards, but I like to do the opposite. I’m more comfortable saying, “I don’t know, but I’d love to explore it further.” Admitting that you don’t know something doesn’t make you look dumb. In fact, people will often have a greater respect for you when you eagerly admit the things you don’t know. I was going to make… Read the Rest »

scantron

When I was in high school, the purpose of the whole experiment was to get into college. It didn’t matter if you learned anything as long as you found a way to the next level. I realized when I was a freshman that I didn’t want to go to college. I could see a major trend shifting in our society. Colleges did a great job of educating the industrial age. Back then, people would learn a craft and perform that one skill for the rest of their working careers. At… Read the Rest »