It’s a common saying that the enemy of learning is knowing.

It’s a common saying that the enemy of learning is knowing. But what does that mean? How can knowing actually stop someone from learning?

For one, when someone knows something, they stop questioning it. They stop exploring and investigating, because they think they have all the answers. And when someone stops questioning and exploring, they stop learning.

Knowing can also lead to complacency. When someone thinks they know everything, they stop pushing themselves and stop growing. This can prevent them from learning new things and expanding their horizons.

So if you want to keep learning, don’t let knowing get in your way. Question everything, explore everything, and never stop learning.

What about you? How open are you to learning?

With Point of Care or POC, learning begins after the last day of Training. Education is about using and retaining knowledge.
Learning beyond Training at pocph.com
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