A lesson for parents, teachers, coaches, and leaders in how to engage someone in the learning process even when the person appears disengaged.
Information is not knowledge. Learning is not education. What you learn in a classroom or a course means nothing without integration and application.
There are coaches and programs promising answers and solutions to every challenge. But too much information can leave you feeling overwhelmed and stuck. Here’s a way out of information overwhelm.
You know the value of getting an outside perspective. But there’s a downside too. And if you don’t manage the risk, it can cost you time, money, momentum and confidence.
Success leaves clues, but not all clues are relevant. You need to know what you’re looking for so you can find the parts that matter.
Have you ever thought “I learned that already. I should have known better”? Here’s a Reframe.
Why do people share something? Here’s what I learned from my article that’s been viewed over 50,000 times and read over 10,000 times.