Just a brief follow up to yesterdays piece: so the presentation went very well. I found the narrative. As ever, i’m reminded that learning is a process of discomfort, disturbance, and making things safe again. Climbing the ladder, one rung at a time. Then discovering that there is another ladder beyond this one. We may never achieve enlightenment, but as long as we are willing to keep taking the steps, we will at least get to enjoy the view.


You may have noticed that this weeks posts have been short: i’ve been very focussed on this session, feeling little energy to do much beyond that. But i’ve tried to keep writing to #WorkOutLoud through the good and the tough. Sometimes i can write 1,500 words for the blog, illustrate it, and find some new thinking, whilst other days, it’s just a reflective space. I think the key to writing is to just write.

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Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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3 Responses to Flow

  1. So true, Julian! I’m not nearly as prolific as you, but I do manage to write something new every week and I find the discipline really keeps me going. Congrats on your presentation. Travel safely and we’ll talk soon.

  2. nick135 says:

    Thanks for the views from your ladders and love the thought and sight of new ladders on the horizon.
    Finding the narrative for me leads to fun and engagement in the session and is always good to reflect on.

  3. Pingback: On Learning | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

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