Showing posts from April, 2024

Growth your white hair is not a choice but you can choose to growth your personal effectiveness

Let's face it, a few more grey hairs aren't what keeps me up at night. What truly troubles me is the gap between the reasons people give for staying stuck and the incredible potential for growth we all have. I recently met a dedicated and hardworking colleague who had achieved a lot in his career. He was working on a project, but he wasn't meeting deadlines, and one of his reasons was feeling overloaded and overwhelmed. The tasks seemed too difficult for him. This kept happening – for over 3 months! In actual fact, the task is basically one week of schedule planning!!!!! Based on my understanding of his industry, I trusted his abilities, but it was clear he was feeling stretched thin by all the other urgent and important tasks. Sometimes people say they're too busy or a task is too hard as reasons for not doing their best work. This can happen over and over again. Do you have the same experiences? Please share your story with me in the comment section below. The really

Noisy vs Quiet

Would you thrive in a noisy, somewhat uncontrollable classroom, or do you prefer a quiet environment where students sit and listen to your teachings for 8 hours straight? πŸ€”  In a noisy classroom buzzing with discussion, there's often a lively exchange of ideas and active engagement among participants. This can be indicative of active learning, where students solidify their understanding by explaining concepts to their peers. Furthermore, the diverse perspectives shared in such discussions enrich the learning experience and foster critical thinking skills as students analyze information and evaluate arguments. On the other hand, in a quiet classroom, there may be a focus on concentration and individual work. However, this quietness could also indicate a lack of engagement or participation, leading to missed opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and collaboration. Students might feel hesitant to ask questions or seek clarification, resulting in a more passive learning experience.