Do you agree that our skills perish if we don't use them?
Use it or lose it. Without a doubt, you have to grow in all skills area. Now, with today's technology, it is a lot of easier to get up to speed. But I see it in all walks of life. If you're out of work for a while, or when kids return to school after the summer break, it can be slow going. The speed of technological growth now requires us to upgrade our skills yearly. Within a few years, it might be every 6 months.
Yes. I absolutely agree if we don't use our skills we will lose them. I try to keep learning new things just to keep my thinking power. I have some hobbies of interest I haven't touched in years, but I know I need to get back to those I enjoyed most or I may not have the skills to do it any more.
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Is it computers, email, texting, abbreviations (lol, lmao, etc,), cellphones, video games, viruses, hacking, identity theft??
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