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Those who do the work learns

by singram317 on April 15, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


The relates to people who are in an educational role (i.e. teacher, trainer, coaches, mentor). In order for person(s) you are teaching to learn you have to allow them to do the work because that is the only way for them to learn. It may be tempting for you to continue to model and take the lead but it is important for the person you are teaching to learn from their mistakes. From these mistakes you have growth.

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