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10 Steps to upgrade your brain-Part 9

Zenzile Life June 2018

· Mind,Life Skills

This is the penultimate instalment in our series of 10 steps to upgrade your brain.

  1. Learn new things

With the rapid pace of technological and societal change, it is no longer sufficient to rely purely on formal education and college degrees when seeking employment. We all need to be learning all the time as we adapt to changing conditions in the job, career, and business markets.

But lifelong learning is not only important for our career, it builds new skills and improves skills that you already have

As we grow older we all feel like time is passing quicker. One of the reasons is that we do not learn or experience new things. If you think back over the year, what stood out for you? I am sure it was novel experiences that slowed down time. Our brains were made to be stimulated by novel experiences, so yes to prevent being bored to death by life, keep on learning and have new experiences as much as possible.

This post is for informational purposes only. It should not be considered therapy.This blog is only for informational and educational purposes and should not be considered therapy or any form of treatment. We are not able to respond to specific questions or comments about personal situations, appropriate diagnosis or treatment, or otherwise provide any clinical opinions. If you think you need immediate assistance, call your local doctor/psychologist or psychiatrist or the SADAG Mental Health Line on 011 234 4837. If necessary, please phone the Suicide Crisis Line on 0800 567 567 or sms 31393.

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blog is only for informational and educational purposes and should not be considered therapy or any form of treatment. We are not able to respond to specific questions or comments about personal situations, appropriate diagnosis or treatment, or otherwise provide any clinical opinions. If you think you need immediate assistance, call your local doctor/psychologist or psychiatrist or the SADAG Mental health Line on 011 234 4837. If necessary, please phone the Suicide Crisis Line on 0800 567 567 or sms 31393.