“I tell it like it is as seen through my narrow view lens.” ~Tom Peters

We all have lenses that influence what we see as important, what we pay attention to, what we take action on & what we ignore because we sense it’s unfamiliar, awkward, uncomfortable or simply not a priority.   In my last post I talked about how a question my then boyfriend asked me led to […]

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Doing things differently gets attention- even when it comes to saying thanks

I’ve been on a roll with two prior posts about how we as trainers can do things differently, in order to help prime our participants for learning.  I think being creative and doing things differently is critical to being a great trainer. If participants don’t want to learn, if they’re not paying attention (to us […]

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