I'm a lover of learning. I derive joy in learning and exploring new concepts.
Would it sound weird if I say I like attempting difficult logical or mathematical questions?🤔. If it does sound weird to you, then probably I am weird 😕. Well, I like it not because I am a genius that can solve it within secs but because it pushes me to making more research about it and in the process get to learn new things. And I feel renewed and proud of my efforts whenever I finally solve that question.
On a particular day, I accepted an invitation from one of the groups in a community that I belong to, to teach them in one of their session. That was my first time teaching a group of people and I enjoyed the session.
That teaching made me realize some loopholes I have on that topic and I felt great knowing that I impacted value to others through my learning.
I created a YouTube channel the following day. I use this channel to teach whatever I have learned so far in tech. It makes me accountable and that pushes me to make more research on what I have learned and simplify it in any way possible so that a novice will not get lost while watching my videos. Now, I have an in-depth knowledge of the topics I have taught on my channel. This experience of mine justifies the saying " If you want to master something, teach it". It is not limited to tech. It applies to all fields.
Thank you for reading.