I just landed in London and I love being back in this amazing city!
I was reading a really interesting book on the flight over called Strength Finder 2.0.
I love books!
I love educational videos!
BUT, according to the Cone Of Leaning your level of learning will be low because we are not physically engaged when interacting passively.
Reading and watching videos work more as a primer compared to the REAL life experience.
You can intellectualize skydiving, but you only know how it really feels like when you actually do it.
In 1969 Edgar Dale developed Cone of Learning that basically says that when you actually immerse yourself in an activity you get the full learning experience. Success will come to you much much faster if you take action and actually start a company. (See image below) That also why going to seminars where you activate all your senses and really immerse yourself in what you are building is so effective.
Next Episode of Hardcore MBA presents Tom Rath – Live on the 6th of May
Tom has written five New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers over the past decade that have sold more than 6 million copies. His book Strength Finder 2.0 has 1890 Reviews on Amazon and has been in the top 100 books for many years. You should listen to the podcast where we talk a lot about how to get the most out of your team and colleagues.
Strength Finder 2.0 by Tom Rath
Want to increase your teams productivity and happiness? Then give positive feedback! Should you focus on improving your strengths or weaknesses? It will all be on the May 6th episode of Hardcore MBA.
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