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Don’t Be Afraid To Say, “I’m Still Learning”

Once, Arun, a Sales representative got an opportunity to work with the best organization. On his very first day, he encountered the biggest reality check as he considered himself superior to everyone else. Arun always thought that he is the best and there is no scope that he could do better because he is already at the top of everything. Of course, an attitude like this will eventually fall off someday. After working with the organization a while, he realized that the one thing he has been lacking in his entire life was ‘learning’. Our teachers often taught us that learning makes a man perfect and how it can change our whole point of view. Arun had a misconception of knowing everything and therefore, he faced a reality check when he went to a place, where competition level was high.

The only constant thing in business today is ‘change’. A person who is indulged with any kind of business and by that, we not only meant the employees but also the managers and the other representatives, needs to value the significance of learning. Working in a corporative field could be the toughest thing especially when you have bundles of deadlines and paperwork to deal with. To be an old fish in terms of work ethics and experience, what you need is a proper learning of skills and abilities. More you polish your aptitudes, more you grow. And when you grow, your company grows with you.

In every organization, everyone is aware of their experience and their parts, what they need to learn is how to cop up with the working environment as it’s a sign of change and development. As change happens quicker, it will be increasingly vital that organizations stay up with the latest with new frameworks and procedures so no one gets left behind. The important thing to understand here is that learning doesn’t always end with new workers of the organization. Since each employee is the biggest asset to an organization, so every one of them, needs to polish their skills, so they can meet their business objectives. Providing effective learning training to the employees supports succession planning and increased the quantity of experienced and capable employees. Also, when knowledge has become an obsolete at a faster and faster rate, keeping it base up-to-date is now become a matter of survival for anyone.


“Live as if you were to die tomorrow, learn as if you were to live forever” – Mahatma Gandhi

“Once you stop learning, you start dying”- Albert Einstein