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Created by: iluv2so on 2004-09-11 21:55:13|
Last modified by: iluv2so on 2004-09-11 22:34:23
Summary: Don't worry about knowing everything or nothing. Focus on one thing, and become an expert.
My guideline is an example of me "learning the hard way."It took
55 years to realize 'we can know a lot about a lot of things, but
we can only become an expert by knowing a lot about one thing.'
I can think of many reasons why my guidline is appropriate.
*The focus of global education is to make each member of a
culture conform to a particular political and social ideaology.
Students are not afforded the time to focus on one thing.
*We learn a little bit about a lot of subjects.
*We learn that our gene pool may determine our IQ, only to find
out that if we focus on one thing we can overcome generational
*Genius's focus on one thing.
*Cognitively challenged individuals focus on one thing.
*In order to become an expert pianist we must focus, focus, focus.
*When we try to focus on too many things we burn out.
*Negative stress is the result of having too many things on our
*By focusing on one thing we find out its true nature.
*Brainwashing will not take place.
*Deprogramming will not be necessary.(My head hurts now)
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