In this fast-paced society, learning while doing is a more feasible approach.

Only by taking action can we discover the discrepancies between personal ideas and actual needs.

This allows us to identify the existing problems and continue to solve them.

In the continuous adaptation of ideas and needs, we keep discovering and solving problems, repeating this cycle, and enhancing our ability to adapt to society.

This is more social and concrete than deep, focused learning.

Because, an individual's learning is always inward and private, making it difficult to truly align with society.