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FYI – Covering Content Is Often Counterproductive

Tweet Despite common claims to the contrary, “content” is NOT king, queen, or even a royal pain.

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Clearly “C”-ing Changes Context

Rather than “going over” things, I encourage teachers, trainers, experiential facilitators, and anyone else with something to “share” to refrain from “covering” anything, but rather allow, assist, and encourage their audience(s) to “discover” the value that lies within. Read more »

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