Learning to Learn: Preparing People for Lifelong Performance & Results - Part I

Editor’s Note This article synthesizes many of Peter F. Drucker’s astonishing observations about why the most important thing to learn in school is how to learn–the habit of continuous learning. More specifically, Drucker pinpointed specific practices for enabling young people to discover learning and the joy of learning. Another thing: Most educated people who go to work in their early 20s will keep on working until they are 70 or 75. And perhaps even older if current longe...
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