There’s an old saying that goes something like, “you don’t really understand something until you teach it”.
I believe that there is a fair bit of truth to this, and that we should all be teaching someone what we know.
This past week, I have learnt more about Stoicism by teaching it via an email short course that I created.
I have learnt more about wood working and building things by teaching my son how to use the different tools I have.
On an awesome side note, he won’t touch any of them unless he has his hearing protection and safety glasses on. Even going mad at me the one time that I cut something without using them.
So, get out there and teach someone something.
It doesn’t have to be a big audience, or even a “real time” audience.
The only caveat is, that you know what it is that you are teaching and aren’t simply regurgitating something someone else has taught you.
Have you seen these recent posts?
- It’s Been A While
- Do We Really Need All The University Degrees?
- Foreign Influence Isn’t What We Should Be Worried About
- When The Mail Doesn’t Arrive
- How Much We Value Other People’s Opinions – Instead Of Our Own
- Do We Need To Be Constantly Entertained?
- It Was Supposed To Happen
- When The WiFi Goes Out
- Are We Too Entitled?
- Don’t Just Say You Have Read Books