It might seem obvious but specific learning solves specific issues.
Certainly, spending time engaged in general reading is an activity full of merit. Besides the learning element involved, it provides enjoyment in its own right.
On the other hand, specific learning solves specific issues, providing solutions to matters requiring answers. Without engaging in specific learning, specific issues would remain unsolved.
How we go about identifying what specific learning is needed is best left to another post. For now, thanks for reading this ‘Specific learning solves specific issues’ post. To share your input, please leave a comment below.
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