Lessons on Learning LO10134

Dr. Scott J. Simmerman (74170.1061@CompuServe.COM)
23 Sep 96 11:07:24 EDT

Replying to LO10105 --

Jack - On Lessons on Learning, LO10105:

It is also a LOT easier to learn to juggle if you stand next to the bed or
a table. You'll find that the balls don't drop as far and you don't hurt
your back bending to pick them up. And if you start by juggling silk
hankies (or equivalent), you'll find they move a LOT more slowly, letting
you learn the pattern.

There are all sorts of "tricks" in organizations, most of which are
already being used by top performers. And one will find that the poorer
performers are continuing to use "tricks" that don't work nearly as well,
but that's how they were trained and we know how "resistant" they can be
to new learning (or, maybe it is a simple comunications and demonstration

After all,

Why use Square Wheels when the round ones are already in the wagon?


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