Learning best takes place through dialog.
Without active dialog it is a simple matter to confuse
“I understand” with “I assume I understand.”
To many people, these are the same thing.
The only way we can possibly feel confident that we understand a concept, have mastered a skill, or learned how to use a tool –
is through active dialog that provides us clear feedback.
Feedback allows us to self-correct our misperceptions and misjudgments – our misunderstandings.
It is the only way.
Without feedback we have no way of self-correcting.
“The problem with communication … is the illusion that it has been accomplished.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
In the spirit of dialog, interviews are a welcome form of primary feedback.
If you have general questions, please submit them and M. can incorporate them into future dialogs.
Submit your questions for dialog here