I Want to Hear From You!

Dear Readers,

I thought about making today’s post about education versus experience, but I decided that there is something else I want to talk about first.  I want to discuss with you on why I am writing this blog.  I have already explained it briefly in my first post, but I would like to add a little more to it.  A lot of my posts are and will be about education and some aspects of life that need to be changed or people seem to ignore.  What I hope to do is to spark conversation and ignite inspiration and awareness in you.

With that being, I want to hear from you!  I am seriously not writing for myself (although it feels good to get it out), and there is no point in me continuing my writing if I get no response.  Sure, I get the occasional “like”, but I want to interact with my readers!  I want to hear your thoughts, your experiences, your frustrations.  I want you to ask me questions and give me suggestions on new topics.  I want you to share these writings with  educators and those whom you feel could relate or have a lot to say about a post.  Just like I want to give you inspiration, I want you to give me inspiration as well.  With that being said, I invite you to take a look at my previous posts and speak.  You have a voice.  Please let me hear it.

Peace and Love

Posted on January 27, 2013, in About Me. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Education vs experience. They are both valuable on their own. And together they can make you unstoppable with whatever you hope to achieve.

    It’s funny, seeing someone come directly out of college with perhaps no experience. The formality and structure of a good education is a wonderful thing, you can always tell when someone has been formally educated. They are rigorous, and their formula of learning and executing a process is very thorough.

    Experience.. Well they know how to get it done. People without the education, but tons of experience are going to know how to perform precise tasks. Other ways of performing a task or process they may be oblivious to, or simply ot interested in learning. While wasting time is bad, they ca be shut out from other good information as well.

    Long term, a good education is a great place to start. Experience can go just as far, but education gives people structure that can last a lifetime.


    • Hi Urban,

      Thank you for your comment. It has inspired me to write a post for today! I hope that you will take time to read it, because I’d love to hear more of your thoughts.

      All the best

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