Discuss what is happening

It’s not enough to learn for yourself. Others must learn from you, and you must learn from others.  This is why it’s important to discuss what you have learned.

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Learning about the death of an indigenous culture at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado in 2008.

Sometimes it’s important to slow things down, to quiet the cacophony and talk about what’s happening.

When the unexpected happens, when things don’t work as planned, when too much is going on, that is when it’s time to reflect and learn.

Of course, it’s always better to do it sooner rather than later.

Later might be too late.

Jim Hazy

Founder and CEO, Leadership Science, LLC

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