Classroom to Worldrooms

Much is currently being written, discussed, and experienced as it relates to the speed of culture change.

Along with many of these cultural changes, are changes in the way people interact, learn, and exist.

I do not think that the traditional classroom alone will teach us how to be innovative, or even keep up, let alone impact the world around us.

We need to break down our doors, exit often, and learn in the “worldroom” – breath by breath, experiential awareness, and engagement of the world around us.

Go today.  Go often.

*Originally posted July 27, 2016, on StraightTalk.com

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