42 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 1/10/19

      • The reason I never did a PhD is that I couldn’t narrow down what I wanted to do. Actually before I retired I thought of being a spiritual director, life coach or something in education to teach at a college level- Christian education. Then I asked the question “ did I want to give up my freedom and have to deal with other people’s issues and problems ?” And the answer was no. I keep reading and now write my Congress people and help with climate change issues and just following my own curiosity.

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  1. I believe in learning until the grave, have studied in university as an adult, loved it. I regularly do online courses with Coursera and FutureLearn and love it still, my most recent has just finished and was ‘The Age of Cathedrals’ with Yale University, a brilliant course!

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  2. I am learning from home, right now, and would definately go back to school if there was a Danish teacher in Quebec. Unfortunatly, I think it is too much of a niche for someone to make a living out of it, so I have to work by myself!

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  3. I might. I went back to school when I changed careers when I was in my 30s. I also consider that doing online learning which I am doing for photography and photo editing for my blog is sort of “going back to school”. Good question Danny!

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  4. Absolutely. I consider it all the time. I love learning. I have my Masters in Human Resources. I’ve considered going back for an Master’s in Ed or even a PhD in Ed. I’ve also considered going to seminary. If I do go back, it won’t be until my kids are a bit older.

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