“What you do doesn’t depend on you – it depends on the other fellow.” Sanford Meisner
This misquoted, misinterpreted and misunderstood myth came back into my mind recently, because of how many studies and stories continue to be taken out of context, and how so many facts are not being checked, causing them to be misreported, resulting in misleading people.
Stories are a powerful mechanism for teaching, a powerful medium to learn through, and a powerful way to communicate who you are and what you stand for.
That’s the concept behind WorkLife Stories.
Equally important, stories enable you to experience things you may not have the chance to experience in real life.
And uniquely, stories give you a chance to safely experience what might be, to experience it before it happens. This equips you with insight, knowledge and wisdom to navigate future situations.
In addition, stories give you a structure and words to explain to someone else why they might want to come along with you on the journey.
Also stories play an integral role in your WorkLife in helping you to understand others and to be understood. This understanding enables you to build and maintain strong relationships from a place of meaningful interaction.
Moreover learning through stories enables you to maintain a learning lifestyle in your own space and in your own time.
The stories I bring you are created from questions and answers drawn from WorkLife lessons. To help me understand where I need to prioritise my focus in creating helpful learning resources, tap the link below to let me know:
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