The more I learn; the deeper I am in debt

The more I learn; the deeper I am in debt

By Rajesh Setty on Sun 17 Jun 2007, 1:54 PM – 1 Comment

Having great teachers in your life is a blessing like no other, don’t you think?

The last three days was an investment in my own learning. I was with my teachers immersed in deep learning. Not only was this an investment of time and money on my part, it was a bigger investment on the part of my teachers to spend time with me and other fellow students. It is an investment of their time but most important, it is also an opportunity cost for them.

The more I learn from my teachers and mentors, the deeper I am in debt for all they have taught to me.

It just increases the sense of responsibility to give my best to the world – become someone that my teachers will be proud of!


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Anonymous  on June 18th, 2007

Well said. Kudos for making the investment to learn. There are very, very few that do. I read something in Phil Gerbyshak’s book, Make it Great, that shocked me. It was from a Jerold Jenkins study (The Jenkins Group) which stated that 42% of college graduates will never read another book after college. The good news is that it doesn’t take much to vault to the head of the pack! – and now comes the really fun part – paying forward to others.

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