You're not going to learn faster (or deeper) than everyone else if you seek inspiration from the same sources as everyone else. Educators know that we learn the most when we encounter people, experiences, and ideas that are the least like us. And yet, we spend most of our time with people and in places that are the most like us — our old colleagues, our familiar offices, our reassuring neighborhoods. If you want to learn faster, look and live more broadly.What are you doing to expand your sphere?
27 January 2012
Coping with a changing world
HBR posted an interesting column by Bill Taylor, "Are You Learning as Fast as the World Is Changing?"