We have so much to learn throughout our lives, whether it be preparing for a test in school, training for a new job, working on a new project or, planning for a career growth. In today’s fast paced life, time often comes at a premium and being able to efficiently learn new information and gaining knowledge is an important factor to get ahead in life.
“Today’s world” & “the world to come” is governed by today’s learning.
Many people have defined the present age as the age of knowledge. But learning is more than knowledge.
The age of knowledge/vocation is continually becoming smaller than the human life span.
The Vedic wisdom talked about four ashrams signifying a simple strategy to live a meaningful life. It talked about learning as the foundation of a life that adds value to society & the world at large in different phases of life.
The learning & contribution cycles had milestones at 25 years’ span. The basic premise being that once you learn an art or, a vocation, it is sufficient for the rest of the life.
The age of knowledge or, vocation was higher than human life.
You can become an excellent manager without becoming a good leader, but you cannot be an excellent leader without becoming a good manager.
Ram & Shyam
Typical behavioural training
My name is Ram. I am excited today.
I am invited to attend the training on time management. “I could have asked something different today, like the KBC hot seat. Since morning I was thinking of how to take up 30 jobs in 1 hour when everybody wants it to be done now?”