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What happens if we disconnect?

What happens if we disconnect?

For the past few weeks I've been living in the wonderful world of spasmodic wifi.

Bad connections Slow connections No connections

Believe me, I hate all three. I really do. But something inside me told me to just go with it.

And as much as I love technology (I really really love tech) that human connection always remains the most important to me.

In business, I've always preferred meeting people face-to-face rather than connecting by phone or through social media. And frequently you will find me going out of my way to set up such meetings.

And when it comes to learning, while we may always associate tech with innovation, if one is actually to stop and analyse the actual learning itself, many times it remains largely unchanged from traditional learning itself (check out my video "Learning has changed"). Tech is a common form of innovation, but tech alone doesn't make real innovation in learning. Real innovation comes from taking the learning process itself and reengineering it so learning actually happens:

- memory is supercharged in a way information naturally sticks and is remembered in the long term - intuition is brought to the fore, transforming knowledge into a close network of information, automatically usable across many areas - motivation is continuously stimulated, creating a constant urge to keep learning, no matter how difficult it may seem, no matter how busy you may be...

The list can go on and on.

If you would like to discover how this can be integrated into tech and learning, or get my direct input on your learning projects, contact me and let's set up a meeting.

The wifi is off. Let's talk.


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