What does self-education matter?

Self-education is one of the most effective ways of acquiring new knowledge by a person due to independent and deeper involvement and self-motivation in learning new information.
Self-education, as well as other forms of education, helps a person better understand the processes occurring in his life, their cause-effect relationships and, most importantly, allows a person to gain the necessary theoretical and practical experience with minimal outside help, which teaches and helps him to analyze more effectively and make independent life decisions.
Another key advantage of self-education is a person’s independence in the field of choosing the right and suitable information sources.
So, a person can be guided not only by the well-established and step-by-step teaching practice (university, courses, trainings, seminars, etc.), but also introduce their own self-study methodologies, for example, by finding and reading collections of books or expert articles on topics of interest to him, or by studying training videos in the areas he needs, paying more attention to those topics and industries that he likes the most and to which he has a greater interest.
Self-education helps a person concentrate on the important, being guided, including by intuition, to develop it and find, study and continue to do exactly what he likes, to which the person is sincere and which gives him pleasure.
Self-education helps to shape the worldview, horizons, as well as interest in learning, and later on forms the personality itself, it is easier to become in contact with the outside world.

Remember: The process of learning a person lasts a lifetime. The value of the same knowledge for different people may be different, it is determined by their individual characteristics and needs. Therefore, knowledge is always needed at any age and position.