Words About Learning: Dreams

Spent part of today writing in a comic book store: a shop that sells board games and graphic novels. The chap running it had been made redundant, so he did the sensible thing and, instead of saving the cash, he pumped it into comics with his best friend. Because sometimes, you need to pursue the dream. After all: there is no prize for saving it till the end.

I’ve written before about the spotlight of consequence: sometimes it’s shone upon us, whilst sometimes we shine it on ourselves. Occasionally, it’s ok to turn it off and just dive on in. After all, the worst may already have happened. And if you don’t dream, you’re just missing out.

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About julianstodd

A learning and development professional specialising in e-learning and learning technology.
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