You've heard the quote "why is youth wasted on the young" right? Well, the same can be said for education. My teenaged son, like everyone one of us before him, thinks of high school as a venue for furthering his social life. Occasionally he'll be inspired by a topic or a teacher, but for the most part, school is a necessary evil.
There are times when I'd give anything to have theto walk away from work and just immerse myself in learning eight hours a day. There are so many things I want to learn and so little available time to devote to learning in a busy adult life.
However, that being said, I make it a point to attend an educational seminar every quarter. I'm always on the look out for new programs and Corporate College East in Cleveland offers a whole host of great classes.
But today I stumbled upon a website listing 10 places to get free business education.
There are classes on financial learning, business start up, entrepreneurial topics, business administration, you name it, you can find it free or affordable.
Question for you: do you seek out new ways to learn?
Deborah Chaddock Brown