July 2, 2022
How Education Changes A Person's Life

Education is a key to success. It can change your life and the lives of those around you. Educations is not just an institution that one graduates from after 12 years of hard work, but rather a lifelong process. In order to achieve excellence in anything, right from academics to sports, you need an excellent education. It provides direction and opens new windows for thought and discovery. For those who have been forgotten by society, education is their only hope. These are the ways through which education changes someone’s life.

Education can change your life

When you are educated, you gain knowledge that can change your life. Here are some ways how education can change your life:

Education has taught me what it’s like to have a friend and to make a difference in someone else’s life. I’ve learned how to use resources available to me to be a successful adult. Educations has changed my outlook on things. It made me appreciate the little things in life, and realize that it’s okay to take time out to make your loved ones happy and proud of you.

Being educated has given me the power to write my own destiny. I can now teach myself things that I don’t know or feel uncomfortable with. I have become so independent that I even drive and do laundry for myself. I have the confidence to take my own decisions and do things my own way.

 Education provides direction

Education broadens your vision. It is one of the best ways to prevent things from getting out of control and staying in control. Thus, it provides you with the ability to see the big picture and the smaller details. It teaches you how to live the moment and to use what you have. It teaches you to be brave and courageous. It shows you how to be a leader of change and not a follower.

In the course of your learning, you can become more motivated than you would ever be. When you are in the classroom and not doing anything, you can easily feel bored. You have all these thoughts in your mind, about the experiences you have lived and you have so much to share about it. It is in these moments that you learn that it is not about the time spent, but what you gain from it. 

Education changes the lives of those around you

Although not every person is destined to follow their dreams, everyone has their own innate talents. Education gives you the freedom to develop your innate talents in your own way. It helps you cultivate a sense of purpose and duty.

You might be surprised to know that some people don’t believe in their capabilities. The moment they step into the classroom, the conviction that they can achieve something shifts. At the end of your schooling, you walk away with a sense of confidence that takes a lot of fortitude to achieve.

You may not think much about your teachers once you have graduated from high school, but that’s a mistake.

Education is a lifelong process

Education is a learning process, which does not end when the qualification is handed over to you. It takes up another form and lives on in you. It guides you. The essence of teaching is the freedom of thought that it allows you to have. Your schooling can be both quantitative and qualitative. Quantitative means that you should prepare for tests, but qualitative means that you should learn to think for yourself, to engage in research, and to have independent thinking.

It takes years of study to have a good foundation in qualitative thinking. After graduating from university, it takes a lot of hard work to become the best at what you do. This is why it is very important that you start developing the skills of independent thinking while you are still in school.

Educational Reforms

Education facilitates progress and learning. Tutoring gives its students and teachers the necessary tools to stay on top of the game. One can take one’s educations very seriously and become an excellent student. Great knowledge should be acquired at all costs. No one is ever too old to learn. The level of knowledge a person can acquire at any age is as much a necessity as survival.

Education is about to a student’s physical, intellectual, and moral development. This includes his health, leadership, individuality, passion, exploration, and spirituality. As said by Napoleon Hill, “Knowledge is to ignorance as the air is to fire: for without it, neither can exist.”

Achieving excellence in academics

Your academic accomplishments and high marks in the examination provide you with a platform for further education and employment. In the course of doing your work and studying, you learn to effectively communicate. Through this process, you develop critical thinking and reasoning skills, which are helpful in developing skills in communication, logic and planning. You are able to become a better employee, especially in the IT sector, as it promotes hard work, analytical skills and networking.

Apart from academic studies, you also need to devote time to extra-curricular activities, like participating in sports, fine arts, music and cultural activities.

Achieving excellence in sports

Sports provide an excellent opportunity to improve confidence, cultivate a winning mindset and build character. This process is critical in any field, particularly sports. Sports teach us teamwork, dedication, selflessness and the pursuit of excellence. If you are serious about any field and don’t have the means, you can start by making a decision that will not leave you behind: take up sports.

It’s not about age but talent. It’s not about skills and ability. It’s not about genetics. It’s about being aware of your talents, being willing to explore them, and maintaining them. It’s about staying curious.

Shaheen Baig is one of Pakistan’s leading young tennis players and is a living example of the impact a gifted athlete can make.

The importance of education in today’s world

In today’s world, education is being threatened like never before. International organisations such as UNESCO recognise the dire need for education in the world and have listed out its components and goals. Their vision of educations is to instil life-long skills and support knowledge-based societies through knowledge exchange, mutual learning and constructive dialogue.

While the need for education is still needed, certain statistics show that today only one out of every five people worldwide are gainfully employed. And the huge amount of uneducated people in our society are the driving force behind the fast growing unemployment rate. Educations for all is still a distant dream.

Conclusion.

Education does not begin in college, but rather at a very early age. From the moment we learn to identify colors and shapes to the age at which we lose our first tooth, we learn an array of skills that only help us to flourish into the individuals we are meant to be. With these traits, we can do all of the things mentioned before. We all have the ability to achieve a high standard of living if only we learn how to cultivate our natural talents and apply them to our everyday lives.

It is not a crime to live in poverty. If you have taken the time to invest in yourself, and created a goal that you are passionate about, then let it go. It is only by living a healthy lifestyle and making educated decisions that you can reach your goals.

 

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