1st Jun 2018
by Eric Jiang <email@example.com>
This article is inspired by Josh Farr’s post about ‘Given it’s 2018 and knowing what you know now, what advice would you give to your 16-year old self?’
You can find the original post here.
So you can find my answer to this question below.
‘Don’t only just study, go out explore and make the world a better place’ I’ve also taken the position that University is not only about studying, it’s also about how you learn and make a contribution to society. So why not start early? I’ve previously written an article about this, check it out here
But this is not always about tech. Yes it is true, we currently live in a digital world, there’s always ways to make a difference to the world.
These examples may seem too ambitious, I know a lot of problems exist in the world, but there aren’t any solutions. Some other examples include:
So, studying at university helps you to learn how you should study. Because you should never stop learning (I sort of tied that into Monash University’s motto — Ancora Imparo (or “I’m still learning”)
"Without failure there is no achievement."— Eric Jiang (@ericjiang97) May 31, 2018
- John C. Maxwell
To be honest, I don’t really like saying goodbyes and usually hope I can just disappear quietly. Yet, at the same time I realise that I have to do this otherwise I’ll probably regret it in a couple of months. So I’m writing this to reflect my time at Monash and what I have learnt along this journey.