Your Life Strategy

Dino Cajic
6 min readMar 19

Uncertainty: You’ll go through it several times in your life. The tech sector moves lightning fast, so you’ll probably experience highs and lows numerous times throughout your career; it’ll be much faster than your non-tech counterparts. Just when you feel you have it figured out, you’ll have a wrench thrown into your plan. You’ll have to be adaptable and understand that sometimes you have to throw it away while other times you simply change your strategy.

I believe that most of us understand that we’ll need to be lifelong learners from this point on. There are numerous benefits to it. However, there are people that don’t see it. They believe that it’s just an out-of-work homework assignment. If they simply change their mindset and slightly modify their “strategy,” they’ll be able to see the benefits of being a lifelong learner:

  • Lifelong learning helps individuals grow and develop as people by expanding their knowledge and skills, increasing self-awareness, and developing a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them.
  • It can help individuals stay current with the latest trends and technologies in their fields, which can lead to increased job opportunities and promotions.
  • Engaging in lifelong learning can help keep the brain active and healthy, leading to improved memory, cognitive function, and mental agility.
  • It can help individuals develop critical thinking skills, problem-solving skills, and creativity, which can be applied to various areas of their lives.
  • Lifelong learning can bring a sense of fulfillment and satisfaction as individuals pursue their interests and passions and achieve personal goals.

Not good enough? Change your strategy again. What if your focus is health in your life? It could be personal; it could be for your kids. Whatever the case is, cognitive health is as important as physical health:

  • Lifelong learning helps to keep the brain active, which can improve cognitive function, memory, and mental agility. Engaging in mentally stimulating activities such as learning a new language, taking up a musical instrument, or playing chess has been shown to be beneficial for cognitive health.
  • It may help to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and dementia later…
Dino Cajic

Author of An Illustrative Introduction to Algorithms. IT Leader with a B.S. in Computer Science, a minor in Biology, and a passion for learning.