It has been said that if one wants to learn something, teach it. Actually quite true at a higher level: one is not simply learning the subject, but the effect of the subject on others, their needs for the subject (in greater detail), as well as greater familiarity with the subject every time one teaches it.
I just completed 4 hours of The Natural Laws of Management to a group of 60 business owners. And what did I learn?
1. Assisting others to “see” is one of the greatest gifts you can give another human being. It was Proust who said, “the only real voyage of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes”.
2. If you have a gift of such ability to give, use it or lose it. I call it the joyful obligation.
3. Just because you found these assembled truths first, or divined them (by your own perception) that they are not and have never been “yours”, they belong to nobody but the universe as it is/was at the moment you shared them.
4. If it is not fun, well, then…what is the point?
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