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Learning has no age limit, if we can put the required effort to fulfil our desire of learning something, then the process of learning becomes easy and the outcome of the result will be truly positive.
Learning is a process which helps us to enhance and enrich ourselves to handle the ups and downs of life. Learning is a lifelong process and the one who makes it, learns to find ways even in tough situations and wins many laurels.
Learning and constant update of knowledge paves way to find your career graph climbing up. To make yourself outshine others in an organization, need for gaining in depth knowledge in your field and making yourself fully equipped with latest information is a definite need. But many considering their age, take a step back to learn or join new courses along with youngsters. May be from the younger age, we are tuned in such a way that age plays a bigger role in learning. Admissions in schools and colleges are provided on age basis along with few other prerequisites. In this scenario, we tend to feel that age is a factor that determines learning ability, where as in reality, passion and desire are the chief requirements for learning. Therefore age is just a number.
Learning has no age limit, if we can put the required effort to fulfil our desire of learning something, then the process of learning becomes easy and the outcome of the result will be truly positive. May be in case of few professional courses there may an upper age limit, but with the rest, you are welcome to join and learn.
There are many people who start to learn to play an instrument, to read & write a foreign language, pursue higher education through open universities at a later part of their lives. They are successful and never took their age as a hindrance. So, never consider your age seriously and never miss a chance of learning. Make your career graph reach new heights.
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Anuradha Sowmyanarayanan is a Tutor, Blogger, poet, Book reviewer and a passionate reader. Her interest in reading &writing paved way for this blog way back in 2016. From her school days, she had won many read more...
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