Step by Step

By Kiran Johns

Step by Step - Issue #6

#6・
59

subscribers

8

issues

Subscribe to our newsletter

By subscribing, you agree with Revue’s Terms of Service and Privacy Policy and understand that Step by Step will receive your email address.

Kiran Johns
Kiran Johns
Hi there hope you’re doing great! I’m back this week with the latest edition of Step by Step to help you find the best resources and opportunities to develop your career.

Here’s a tweet that I really wanted to share with all the students out there.
Ana Lorena Fabrega
Formal school does not match the usual way humans learn.

We've taken learning out of its natural context and put it into an institutional framework.

We’ve prioritized grades, conformity, and compliance over joy, curiosity, and creative exploration.
I used to be that student who used to spend all the time memorizing the notes my teachers gave to score good marks for my exams. This used to be my sole focus till 12th. Somewhere along the way I realized that there’s so much more to learning, and it’s a lot more than memorizing concepts.
One major reason why there is a huge gap between academia and industry is because our education relies so much on memorization and reproducing the content on a sheet of paper for exams.
True learning happens when you’re able to take a concept that you learned, tweak and modify it to tackle a problem that you face. I doubt that colleges and conventional educational institutes enable students to attain that skills
It’s hard to change the system that we were all brought up in, however what you can do is to push yourself to think outside the box and how you can utilize the resources and opportunities around you to build yourself.
How can you make learning fun again?
  1. Start a peer to peer learning group with your friends.
  2. Build side projects and launch them (learn by doing)
  3. Do brainstorming sessions with your friends.
One of the biggest mistakes conventional education made is that make students think that they have to do everything on their own and everything is a competition. Don’t fall for that trap, the real world need people who are great in collaborating. Find joy in learning and you’ll be way ahead in life!
Are you someone passionate about product management? Here's an article for you ✨
Check out these resume and cover letter samples from Harvard
Oh btw here's a tip from Naval...
Making Money Isn't About Luck
Making Money Isn't About Luck
Peace Out!
Peace Out!
Did you enjoy this issue? Yes No
Kiran Johns
Kiran Johns @thetronjohnson

Your bi-weekly dose of career advice, tech resources, opportunities and and cool products! Let's grow together and shine together!

In order to unsubscribe, click here.
If you were forwarded this newsletter and you like it, you can subscribe here.
Created with Revue by Twitter.