So, most children in Sawbridgeworth and Bishop’s Stortford are now back at school after the long lockdown break.
And young adults are getting ready to venture back to universities for another academic year.
Education is in the air, and it’s good for everyone, especially parents and carers suffering from home-schooling burnout (not an official medical condition but you get our point).
According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest person to graduate from university was Shigemi Hirata from Japan who was 96 years old when he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2016.
Which goes to show that you shouldn’t put a time limit on acquiring knowledge.
At Mackay Property Agents, we are huge believers in lifelong learning.
We are always investing in training courses, learning from trends in the market, looking at new techniques and tactics and doing everything we can to ensure our clients’ experience is as successful and enjoyable as possible.
The difference between estate agents is often down to who knows the most and is willing to put in the hard work to keep learning.
Our attitude to lifelong learning is summed up beautifully by the godfather of car manufacturing Henry Ford who said: “Anyone who stops learning is old whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.”
Wishing all those children, parents, and young people a safe and successful return to school.
If you have any property related questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us – we’d love to share our knowledge with you.
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