The pandemic has to be recorded in history as two momentous years for intense introspection. I know I have expanded my thought processing and I hope you have taken it as a growth opportunity for increasing your inward improvement.

Understood, a nonprofit “dedicated to helping those who learn and think differently thrive at home, in school and in life” published a single page that hangs on my wall “15 growth mindset questions” that I will spin into ways to rethink your LinkedIn presence.

7. What else do you want to learn?

This is not a question to take lightly and answer “nuclear physics” or “Spanish” or “jazz piano.”

It could be much larger, self-defining, life-long, a voyage to open new horizons: change of industries, travel globally for a year, meet the world’s great brains, remake yourself from a corporate cog into a self-sufficient entrepreneur, and the like.

Big picture, scary stuff that draws your inner strength to meet challenges head-on every day.

Tell us what you seek to learn, in terms of your past making what and who you are today, how today makes you a citizen of the world (however you define your world) and where you seek to go with all those skills, and endorsers who have seen you enhance your skills, and recommenders who have experienced you applying them in yeoman fashion.

There’s still more to learn, no matter how long you have put in the time.

When I stop learning, I will duck out. But I intend to inhale new knowledge and exhale expertise, and give to others along the way.

Be wise enough in your accumulated knowledge to be appreciated and emulated.