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By Brianna Wray
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TechTalk: Youtube University

“It is never too late to mend. Since it can never be too late To change your life, or else renew it, Let the unpleasant process wait Until you are compelled to do it. -Harry Graham from Perverted Proverbs: a Manual of Immorals for the Many


Despite the adage, you absolutely can teach an old dog new tricks. In fact, no matter what amount of formal education one has had, it is possible to continue learning on into senior age.

While the general consensus is that people who have long been used to doing things in a particular way will not abandon their habits, the opposite can be true. It’s beneficial to adopt the concept of continuing education as a lifestyle. The trick is, according to Harry Graham, the learner must be compelled to do so.

The question is, what do you want to learn? The clearer the goal, the simpler the path....

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