Quick Thought: Is A Credential Considered The “End Of The Line” For Learning?

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Quick Thought: Is A Credential Considered The “End Of The Line” For Learning?

flat lay photo of book and pencilAbsolutely, I believe most people feel this way. Often times they credential equates proof of status. And sadly once one achieve their site out credential a certain comfort level arises. As comfort increases, drive decreases.

In the real world, you never stop hearing everyone is not only a lesson but an opportunity to learn and grow more. The idea of feeling that they credential is considered “the end of the line” for learning is not only wrong but it is poison to the mind.

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