You are the person for whom the phrase “Lifelong Learner” was created. Your library is eclectic, your education is multi-faceted, and you get caught up in new learning activities at the drop of a hat. There is nothing quite as enticing as a field of study opening up in front of you, waiting to be discovered. You can almost taste it.
Yet some part of you is afraid that this pursuit of learning is self-indulgent. You would like all your educational efforts to have some pay-off, but you’re not sure what that looks like. With all this knowledge, you thought you would “be” something by now. Maybe you’re getting pressure from your parents or partner to just settle in and do something with it all. Maybe it’s just you, looking at time passing, and still not sure what you’re trying to accomplish.
You need some perspective. A chance to take a step back.
You’re pretty sure that there is some hidden pattern in the things that catch your attention, but you are too close to see what it is. And you would like to feel a bit more like things are coming together.
Find out how I can help with that.
Learn to Yearn
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