THE UNENDING CYCLE OF KNOWLEDGE

“Knowledge has to be improved, challenged, and increased constantly, or it vanishes”. – Peter Drucker.

According to Wikipedia knowledge is familiarity or awareness, of someone or something, such as facts, skills, or objects contributing to one’s understanding. From the definition, you can see that the ultimate purpose of knowledge is understanding which helps to shape our decision-making. So where does all of this begin from and where is the endpoint? Acquiring knowledge began for you a long time ago if you are reading this blog post. What have you done with the knowledge acquired so far and are you looking at acquiring more or are you tired of knowledge?

With the cycle of knowledge being unending, you will need to improve on your level of knowledge across academics and life in general. Improvement here means you can not relax on what you have known so far and done in the past. This is because there is always something more to know and understand so you can do things better and better at all times. The person who appreciates the unending cycle of knowledge will always be hungry for improvement as seen in successful students and career persons all over the world.

The knowledge that is not challenged over and over again can be mediocre. You can’t say you are focused on acquiring knowledge constantly and be scared or feel uncomfortable when what you know is challenged one way or the other. You cannot say you are very knowledgeable in a particular subject like Mathematics, English, or Economics and be scared to write exams or get uncomfortable when difficult questions are thrown at you. Such challenges will only make you get better and work harder to acquire knowledge.

The volume of knowledge you have will ever be on the rise as you go for more. Whenever you stop going for knowledge, it’s as good as someone who is dying already. Therefore, going for more knowledge should always be your number one drive as this will constantly help fuel your path to success.

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  • Ike Praise
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    Since knowledge is an unending cycle I will keep improving, challenging, and increasing knowledge for a better life and world.

  • Oyebamiji Timothy Ayomide
    Reply

    Knowledge is subject to change which is the only constant thing in life. So, if you don’t update yourself, you become outdated.

    • Mhizz Fauzee
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      Because, students of this century are seeing knowledge as waste of time due to some following reasons:
      – They may be thinking that graduate are out there no job. Which is not so.
      – Some of students the don’t have confident in themselves, if they want to do the needful they will be scared to voice out, learn, and face challenges.

      Knowledge is not too late build yourself, your goals and career to have a better dreams.

      • Success Bridge
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        Is it possible that these graduates without jobs don’t have the required KNOWLEDGE to get jobs or create jobs?

    • Success Bridge
      Reply

      Why is knowledge changing?

    • Success Bridge
      Reply

      How can a student become outdated when there is no constant updating?🙂

      • Oyebamiji Timothy Ayomide
        Reply

        The student can become outdated on the knowledge he/she possesses

  • Drã Zay
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    The level of your exposure is the level of your knowledge, and the level of your knowledge is the level of your intelligence, and the level of your intelligence is the level of your matureness, that’s the reason why we couldn’t compare the 18yrs old girl/boy in 200 level in University with 19yrs old in SSS 3

    • Success Bridge
      Reply

      But is it possible to see an SS 3 student that you can compare with a 200 level student?

  • @ Mhiz Fauzee
    Reply

    Acquiring knowledge is a way to success, don’t relax, face many challenges, been positive thinker. Knowledge make one keep pushing, you can learn, relearn, unlearn for a better dreams.

  • Charles Adimah
    Reply

    Just thinking about the blog post more deeply, I see that most students are not willing to go for more knowledge.

    WHY???

    • Ajace
      Reply

      well
      It depends on the kind of knowledge.
      No one would of course want to make sacrifices for what he doesn’t know about.

      No student would of course want to make sacrifices for acquiring knowledge they do not know its usefulness.

      All forms of knowledge is important in one way or the other.
      But not every student know the importance of all forms of Knowledge.

      So in my opinion, most students do not go on to acquiring knowledge if they do not know its worth

  • Ajace
    Reply

    well
    It depends on the kind of knowledge.
    No one would of course want to make sacrifices for what he doesn’t know about.

    No student would of course want to make sacrifices for acquiring knowledge they do not know its usefulness.

    All forms of knowledge is important in one way or the other.
    But not every student know the importance of all forms of Knowledge.

    So in my opinion, most students do not go on to acquiring knowledge if they do not know its worth

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