Learning to share; sharing to learn

Photo by Nate Johnston on Unsplash

What do you do with the knowledge and insights that you have?

I’ve recently come to value a habit or practice of mine that I thought was normal but now realise is unique. I’d like to share it with you and invite you to join me in a world-changing behaviour!

Can you recall a moment when you heard, read or observed something and ‘a light turned on’ for you? In that moment you were open to new learning. You were in the right place at the right time and recognised a concept as relevant to your life, and could see how to take hold of it and make it your own. Some of those moments are dynamic shifts – but many are small, useful tips to make your life or work run more smoothly. Like an email I received recently with a comprehensive and useful list of activities that families can do during COVID-19 isolation.

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Author: Chrissy Daly

Chrissy is a resident of Christchurch, New Zealand. Health challenges may have brought Chrissy’s 30+ year Early Childhood Teaching career to a premature end but her passion for quality teaching and learning hasn’t stopped as she continues to mentor & support teachers as well as and advocating for the rights & needs of children, teachers, parents and workers. Chrissy has a decades-long friendship with Helen (creator of Self unLimited) that’s characterised by frequent sharing of professional and personal insight. Even though Chrissy and Helen have worked in different fields, they’ve each greatly benefited from the ideas and tips that have cross-fertilised their workscapes.

 

(Amended) Photo by Nate Johnston on Unsplash

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