Learning how to learn, Hugging Meditation, StoryCard #3 and many more...
How was your week? Did you try something new?
4 Things I thought worth sharing with y’all
1. I posted this tweet couple of days ago 👇
This is one of the questions which I constantly ask to all the great minds.
I was at an International Conference last year and I asked this question to lots of people since then this became one of my favorite questions.
One of the very interesting answers I got was: BOREDOM
Then I kept thinking about it… maybe he’s right.
What if everything gets automated…
GPT-3 or 33 & Robots everywhere etc.
2. Few common answers I got were:
Finding friends or partners (WHAAAAT)
User name availability 😂
Parents know how to use technology (No more Incognito bois)
Short Attention Span.
Few points here make sense like Global Warming, Technological Advancement, etc.
I think the Short Attention Span is not one of them. (Hear me out)
Let’s say I go to a 4-year-old kid, and talk to him about politics. would you listen? Hell no.
Why, Because the kid got a short attention span? He’s 4 yrs old bruh.
And I think the right answer is we don’t have an issue or will have an issue with shorter attention span we might have an issue with “SHORT INTEREST SPAN”
Tell that 4-year-old a story - he’d ask for more.
If attention was an issue, reading books wouldn’t even be a thing.
“Our interests define our attention” - I told this to myself.
So what can we do about it? How to get ready for 2035?
Check out this video series by Kevin kelly
One of the things he shares is that most of the jobs today didn't exist 10 - 20 years ago and most probably the jobs today won’t exist in 15years (2035)
The most important thing I realized was from this video The Future of Schools and Learning
”Learning how to learn”
To understand what’s coming next we need to be quick and adaptable.
If tomorrow the world says drones are the next big thing… anyone who learns how to fly a drone will get a job and the one who don’t know how to learn something will miss the wave.
What do you guys think? What issue will we face in 2035?
3. Few Interesting Things:
Hugging Meditation (How - To)
Siddhartha and the Merchant (StoryCard #3)
Question of the week: What’s a skill you always wanted to learn?
How a waiter taught me a lesson (A Story)
Dogs having fun (we all need to smile more)
4. “Isn't it beautiful to realize that everything we do today will become a story for our grandchildren.” - me
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18-year olds in 2035 might be struggling to differentiate between what's real and what's not.
I'm afraid that we might have a "matrix"-like situation. However, I'm hopeful that we will continue to solve our own problems while we create many.
How to learn how to learn? Any tips or books?