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Why Isn't Learning Enjoyable Anymore? - How To Revive Your Curiosity

Dec 24, 2021
An interesting problem that I've been thinking about for a long time is how do we get our joy back into

learning

how exactly do we get back this childish

curiosity

how do we navigate intelligently navigate through some of the limitations we have to become truly curious to become truly authentically motivated to

learning

to become these kinds of automatic writing acts that have these learning skills that have these foundations for self-education because the education system might say that you can learn some useful things there, but the methodology or the epistemic foundation that comes from this kind of of industrialized bureaucracy this is not entirely or partly not entirely conducive to you when you are trying to develop a

curiosity

to learn I have seen people who went to the elite science school I am going to attend right now I have seen people who before entering school They're going to be beaming with a kind of enthusiasm beaming with the possibility of learning and beaming with a kind of childish energy I'm going to I'm going to learn a lot at school and I'm going to be following my passion I'm going to be really studying hard and then learning with all these hard math and science and doing all this nerdy stuff in school and finishing Audia Simon Simon is going to be really at the top of my game, but then when they get into school, a couple of weeks, a couple of months, they spend a mug of maybe a year, stop by and talk and talk to that person again, hey how are you enjoying school and the response you get?
why isn t learning enjoyable anymore   how to revive your curiosity
I surprise you because the initial energy they had is completely gone. The initial emotion, if you will, is completely completely deconstructed, demolished at the very least, dissipated, so we've seen this phenomenon. people who really want to learn things and think they can actually learn them well in school by following some framework that they think can really instill in their mind not being interested in a subject at all end up sacrificing their passion, they end up not really enjoying the course work after being placed in that framework or being placed in that system, so the question I'm posing here is how do we intelligently navigate through the obstacles that we have to regain that kind of curiosity to regain that kind of passion for learning to regain that kind of dominant value to regain that kind of ancient greek value to learn resistance resistance to doxa think critically and become truly intelligent individuals, not just people who can regurgitate formulas and do a bunch of physical equations and do a lot of math equations and recite a lot of poetry without knowing real lly how to understand a poem without really learning the implications of physics without really learning the implications of mathematics or perhaps appreciating the beauty of mathematics that's the theme we're going to add Repeat today so there's a center of gravity.
why isn t learning enjoyable anymore   how to revive your curiosity

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Here is a system center and homeostasis center that we need to talk about before offering you some constructive solutions. School is all about grades. Well, school is all about grades. the system is all about the numbers statistical performance evaluation so it comes down to a part of the statistic that is just a fact it comes down to a scale it comes down to competitive objects and is objectified and in a sense compared to all these other students are in a sense subjected to this vast sea of ‚Äč‚Äčcomparisons that's the actual fact we're dealing with there's no point fighting it and there's no point criticizing a tour or rant or trying to demolish it but what can we do is realize that there is a problem within this education framework is there someone some kind of glitch in the matrix this is not exactly how things should work this is not exactly what we want when we talk about education this is not exactly right something feels terribly wrong about this so school is about grades and that's a reality you have to accept not to resist since school is about qualifications, how can we free ourselves? this kind of neurotic need for grades releasing this kind of center of gravity releasing this kind of knee-jerk reaction to always getting degrees a common assumption students have when they enter high school college is that if you do well in all

your

classes if if you get a really high grade then basically you're set for life so basically there's this tendency that we base our entire life asset on education to base all this totality of ourselves, the totality of self-identity and self esteem about the distraction towards the rat race about this train of comparison which is the train of competitiveness the competitive nature of high school students this train of chasing higher and higher and higher qualifies this orgy of entering better and better universities that is the dominant discourse that is happening within the formal education systems that is the dominant e that all the students are trying to achieve and that is predominantly displacing the joy of learning if you have this big dinosaur in a room displacing all the space you have to think about displacing everything you're really trying to be curious and really trying to dig well how else could you? how else could you be curious? how else can you? read exactly the books you want how else can you relive the joy of learning because

your

mind space has been so full of all these notions of getting grades getting higher grades getting the best getting to the best college in the one you're basing your whole self-esteem and your own identity and your own narrative on these things that don't matter in the end of course you'll feel down, of course you don't go to not be curious of course you don't give a damn about them subjects that you are learning because your whole mind is occupied by this dinosaur of a concept of seeking a higher grace while in the rest of the space of the mind you dedicate to entertainment engage in escapism or engage in some recreational drugs or engage in all these things dysfunctional because it seemed avoidable school is too stressful you're stressing over something you don't care about exactly how it might motivate you ace and of course you have to use neurotic motivation of course you have to kick your ass of course this joy of learning is lost and you have to use escapism behavior to counter that how do I know?
why isn t learning enjoyable anymore   how to revive your curiosity
I'm one with a system and within the system and something to emphasize that that's the experience it's really real and I really sympathize with people who are about to get into this whole game because it's a hard game to play and the dino saur in the room is really displacing all the curiosities we have so that learning no longer becomes an authentic activity and worse still worse than displacing the joy of curiosity all the crap you learn in school is not exactly that useful schools don't give you they don't tell you exactly how to manage a great relationship they don't tell you exactly how to educate yourself they don't tell you exactly how to maintain a positive relationship they don't tell you exactly how to maintain a positive relationship you how to manage your finances things they don't tell you exactly how to master your emotions they don't they tell you exactly the importance of meditation the importance of accumulating life experience the importance of determination the importance of all these business concepts accounting economics philosophy spiral dynamics systems thinking now some of the dominant concepts within psychology personal development self-actualization all these critical pillars we need to live a good life are not taught in school if school s can displace to this dinosaur in the room if schools really teach you useful things well if they are really conducive to living well the more the more i study and the more i play with the concepts the more i start to realize that most of the things i learn right now i'm not going to use them exactly in the future not exactly and many of the things many of the critical things how to focus how to develop the mental capacity to deal with catastrophes how to develop a strong psyche how to develop a really rigid and strong character all these things that really I couldn't find anywhere in the school really i couldn't find among my peers around me i really couldn't ask anyone about this, not even my parents, so i have to bear the burden of self-education to pull against gravity to push parts of the dinosaur out of the room to relieve a bit the room to be able to read a bit more to be able to invest a bit more time and resources to buy some b books reading some books taking notes from some books keeping a good common book all these things have to be done independently since the system it's not really conducive to that so here's a solution why you're losing this joy of learning it's not an accident that all of us are losing this genuine passion of ours to learn all of us.
why isn t learning enjoyable anymore   how to revive your curiosity
All of us maybe losing the joy of learning that would never ever be captured again so this is really a plea and this is kind of a call to action if you don't mind the joy of learning okay and end of this conversation, but if you care about the joy of learning, take responsibility for educating yourself, take responsibility for reading the books you really want to read, write, prioritize reading. If the cork is stressing you out, I'm not talking about throwing away a sheet music, we're still in the system, we're still talking in this 21st century, well, you have to take some personal responsibility, so if you want to read. a book if you want to follow your curiosity how about you discipline yourself to read 30 minutes every morning on a topic that interests you how about you sacrifice some of the video games so you can really pursue some passion you have like doing photography for example business for example , technology, for example, code anything you want to sacrifice some of the things you have to sacrifice to really get this thing back that was lost by mistake, how about you take personal responsibility to read the books on the most important concepts you need? live a good life read relationship books on self help not exactly self help but all the principles within psychology self actualization economics or some of the books on philosophy or some of the books on timeless advice some of the stoic philosophy that me who is one of my favorites and some of the things that will really help you along the way some of the timeless principles in some of the timeless principles in business in wealth in personal success in the emotional domain how about you take responsibility for reading them yourself because your school isn't teaching you dad how about you take responsibility for keeping a common book so you can have a repository of all these things you've learned over the years and how about you develop yourself physically instead of reading a pile of books just for the sake of doing it, take action according to the principles you have learned from books take action on the things of l As I would talk about in these videos, take action on things that aren't really taught in school, and take some drastic measures if you've never meditated before, perhaps attend a seven-day meditation retreat, or have never exercised. before maybe go for a run one morning if you've never done anything before try it out without being constrained by a louder voice or the dinosaur in the room and in the end you have to bite the bullet at all costs or despite the costs

revive

your joy of learning

revive

the renaissance type of spirit and revive this scholarly spirit all dacus style be a self taught genius self taught self learn keep your curious curiosity throughout your entire school and career while smartly navigating through that kind of industriousness within the system and also for view the industriousness of the system as an act of character building so i'm not talking about throwing away all your education but that's not really practical nor is it that conducive to your personal growth navigate through the system and see the laborious tasks in school, ask about character building, and somehow integrate self-education into the mix so you have all this pool of curiosity. from health psychology itself to somehow integrate all of them together and become a modern day scholar that's something I'm very excited to talk about more in the future so this is just an invitation for you to join me as a self taught invitation for you to become a self taught genius invitation for you to master yourself invitation for you to capture what you are missing by mistake and this is the peculiar query signing right now

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