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Back to Basics - All I Learned about Business Advising Teaching Kindergarten
"Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate-school mountain, but there in the
My readers should know that my first career, pre-school teacher, provided a foundation for my current profession – advising solely owned and family business owners on how to grow sustainable and profitable companies. As in the book, All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum, I too, treasure and utilize the basic principals of teaching in coaching clients to achieve their greatest success. Using the basic framework of beginning education is still relevant for the more mature adult.
The back to basics concept is great for both education and business. The foundational elements of learning are behind all the fancy management models and training programs of the day. They are the basis for the creation of all "new" concepts of any worth.
Come on a journey with me back to school. Bring your number two pencils and some yellow lined paper, for old time sake. If you have questions, instead of raising your hand, just shoot me an e-mail.
Important lessons learned from teaching kindergarten and how they apply to you:
This lesson has a happy ending. Businesses can be more successful by getting back to basics. Now we are taller, wiser and more sophisticated, but we still have the same basic needs we had when we were younger. We need to be heard, feel valued and recognized. It's human nature. Keep that in mind when dealing with the people in and around your business. Class is dismissed.
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