To see the world solely from our own perspective, our own experience is a sort of prison. It's not that our experience is always invalid or wrong. But it's not the only perspective in the world. It may, in fact, be the perspective of very few.
The task of learning, then, is to humble ourselves to learn from others. To hear perspectives other than my own. To admit that I am the expert of my own experience, but not of someone else's. And when I draw conclusions on what is true, I cannot do so based off of the perspective I like best or sounds most like my own. I must be willing to admit when I was wrong, when I have something to unlearn.