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Does Learning have an End?
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Whether we are a toddler taking our first step or a scholar in any field, continual learning has to be a part of our life. It is the constant development of complex behavior with no final end in mind.

The importance of continual learning in a professional environment is crucial to the success of our career. The continual learning provides the human capital for our backgrounds and determines how much of an asset we are to the institution. It makes us more valuable, increases our skill levels and enhances opportunities in our life.

It makes our position and job more secure. By growing our skill levels through learning, we receive an improved understanding and ability of our work. Also, with technology changes ever so rapidly continual learning is needed to keep our skills current. When we engage in continual learning in our career, it means attending whatever training one’s organization requires and taking additional continuous educational courses to stay up-to date on topics that ensure us to stay in our discipline.

The continual learning helps us to acquire additional skills and benefits our personal aspects like increased confidence, increased self-esteemed and high productivity. It also leads us to get aware regarding different aspects of life and to have better working opportunities.

Hence the process of continuous learning plays a very important role in our life. Its application in life depends on our willingness to learn and our dedication towards our work.

It results in leading a successful life both personally and professionally.

1-Oct-2013
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