Applied Learning is an intentional reference to promote your continuous practice of learning by doing. A thought is brought to mind and might be retained to set a better course for yourself. Simply reading it to never be applied would be a waste. The words themselves mean nothing until the actions have demonstrated a value, or not.

To read the book of a famous chef will not help you to prepare a quality meal until you have made an active practice of applying what you are learning. To read any manual will not make you more successful or productive until you apply the words into actions for yourself. There is an advantage to be gained in reading the content, but only a learning practice of application produces valid results to learn again from.

“Philosophy teaches us to act, not to speak.” — Seneca —


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