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When young people graduate from school they think that their EDUCATION is finally over. But they are about to start a lifetime of LEARNING.


The current education system will provide people with fact-based knowledge and from their first day of professional career they need to gain and develop many skills which are not thought at school. We could say that it was expected, however there is another element which is a bit more worrying. Our education system is a bit outdated. It was developed many years ago when the Industrial Revolution changed the way we worked and all companies required a lot of qualified workers as engineers, accountants, marketers, etc. 

Technology disrupted a learning process to a large extent. The pandemic highlighted all disruptions and accelerated a process of change. There is no need to know all the facts by heart. We need to have access to the Internet and Google. Search engines will provide us with answers to our questions in seconds. The majority of the global population has access to the Internet with mobile phones or computers and there is no need to spend years in class to learn geography, history, chemistry. It’s shocking for many of us but it’s truth.


Our kids and grandchildren will experience a hybrid education system. There will be some activities at schools or universities in person and there will be additional individual, tailor-made learning outside school. In-class teaching for all pupils or students will be synchronised and will provide the same content for all. Learning outside of physical schools will be de-synchronised and it will be adjusted to our knowledge, learning style, teaching techniques and learning progress.

The content of learning will be adjusted as well. Students will be using different learning techniques or materials like videos, podcasts, seminars, online or offline education materials. Education will be focused less on knowledge and more on specific skills. In one of my previous blogs I described seven potential skills which will be critical to be successful in the future. There are the “7 C’s”:

  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Critical thinking
  • Creativity
  • Constructive feedback
  • Continues improvement
  • Change agility.

If you are interested in exploring more in this area, please click the link below.

The future of learning will be revolutionised by A.I. as well. Algorithms will create student profiles, which will be reviewed by a teacher and finally shared with students. The student profiles will take individual learning styles and experience into consideration and based on this AI will propose most optimal learning plan. AI will be preparing homework and in some specific situation, like I.e. tests, will be checking it also. Technology based on face recognition and body language will check the attendance and will analyze a level of participation or understanding during a virtual lesson in a virtual class room based on mimics.


What is the key conclusion here… our current education system teaches us about everything which was required in an old paradigm world. For sure, the education system will adapt and will develop new learning processes with algorithms support, virtual technologies helping us to develop skills needed past the technology/information revolution. However, it will take time and now, if we wanted to be successful we need to take a full responsibility of the Lifetime of Learning.


We need to take some specific actions to continue learning. Continues learning means continues personal growth. There are many other learning opportunities which are available to each of us free:

Learning by doing!

Learning by reading, watching or listening!

Learning by experimenting!

Learning by networking!

Do you have a personal development plan? Do you know what do you want to achieve in your life? Are you focusing on 4 critical areas:

  1. Health
  2. Personal
  3. Professional
  4. Wealth

Do you know EXACTLY what do you want to achieve in each area mentioned above?

If you do, this is great. Keep executing, keep growing!

If you do not, I would encourage you to reflect on this as soon as possible. Below is the link to an article providing you with more information about building your development plan.

Once you build your development plan, you have to allocate 30 mins every day focused on your continues learning. You have to implement this new habit and stick to this. This simple daily HABIT will have a significant, positive impact on your development in a long term.

Do not stop learning, do not stop growing!

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