I don’t love studying. I hate studying. I like learning. Learning is beautiful.— Natalie Portman, actress/director
Live and Learn
We’re not saying school isn’t important (it is), we’re just saying there’s a whole world of knowledge out there just waiting to be learned. Hear what founder of Short’s Brewing Company, Joe Short has to say about tapping into all the free lessons out there.
You know the saying, “Everything I needed to learn I learned in kindergarten?” Ten bucks it was coined by a kindergarten teacher. (Bless their patient hearts.) Well, turns out the secret to success is to Never. Stop. Learning. Take a look at a few things you can pick up using nothing but your Wi-Fi and the World Wide Web.
Think about the skills you use on a daily basis— how many of them were you taught in school vs. how many were learned along the way? Exactly. Truth is, unless you’re trying to figure out how to perform open-heart surgery, you can probably learn how to DIY. (Ahem… Google it.)
Imagine learning something by being completely immersed in it rather than just reading about it in a text book. (Next level sh*%, right?) Here’s how VR could permanently change the way we teach — and learn.