Start Learning A New Skill
No better time than the present: learn something new that you’ve been wanting to try but haven’t.
Whether it’s rock climbing, knitting, or anything in between, there are countless opportunities to better yourself. You never know what could become your new favorite hobby. Even if you don’t end up enjoying it in the end, trying new things can help you overcome your fears, stimulate creativity, and get to know yourself better. It’s never too late. Why not give it a shot?
I would love to learn new things that I didn’t know how to do.
Machy Torres7 months ago
I don’t care to be acknowledged for any kind act I do but I do want to be involved in a community of people who know that kindness does make a difference
Rebecca Ayars8 months ago
I am learning modern calligraphy - I do a lot of posters and displays in my facilitation work and thought it would be fun to learn something that is useful in my professional and personal life - to make things nicer for others.
Beth Davis8 months ago
Learning a new skill
Audrey Youngman10 months ago
I am learning to be an engineer at age 10!!
Ian Moutonabout 1 year ago
i always want to learn new courses on personality development,bussiness ideas,SEO,digital marketing,web development
basit qayyumover 1 year ago
I would like to find a gardening class this summer
Dawn Craftsover 1 year ago
As a right hander, am teaching left handed girls how to knit and crochet. Challenging, but fun. 😊
Ann Folkover 1 year ago
I'm encouraging a friend who is legally blind to learn to play the violin. I signed up for my 1st guitar lessons to set an example.
Gina Cunninghamover 1 year ago
74 and learning the Ukelele
Jim Longonover 1 year ago
i favor learning new skills. with in past one year i have joined four courses in different disciplines viz counselliing,Business analytics,Dashboard designing and so on. completed two out of four so far. its always thrilling & empowering
noushad ammanatalmost 2 years ago
Always difficult to do this as an adult but we ask kids to do this all the time.
Patricia Leaover 2 years ago
This is perfect! I recommend helping someone get to know their personal interests or things they may have wanted to try out and do it with them!
Deborah Ekstromover 2 years ago