At school, maps helped us understand the shape of the world, protractors helped solve the puzzles of geometry, and books of every shape and size helped us learn. But learning is often a process that involves acquiring tools and information. Unfortunately, when we’ve been out of school for many years, a large number of people leave learning behind.
Learning isn’t just about books and maps, it’ about taking the time and energy to fit in self-improvement in our busy lives. Wouldn’t be nice to enjoy the quality of life you want minus a few or even no regrets as you look back on each day, week, month or year?