By repeating the experience of acquiring knowledge – that is, knowledge compounding – you provide one of the most valuable gifts you can give to yourself – growth.
If you choose to dismiss everything, and turn off the curiosity, you are establishing the opposite compounding effect.
Over time, you would have stunted your growth.
We encourage you to choose growth.
This means you also choose to accept that you do not know everything and there is little harm in learning something new, or relearning something you used to know well.