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Reason for Being

The Japanese have a great word: ikigai. It has no direct translation into English, but roughly means your level of happiness in life, or your ‘reason for being’.

Many people spend their lifetime working out their reason for being.

But understanding where you sit on the chart above might help you realise what areas you need to work on to get there. Here are the questions to ask yourself.

  • Are you in a role that you love?
  • Are you building things that the world needs?
  • Are you doing what you are good at?
  • Are you in a role that pays you fairly?

Experiential Learning

More than a hundred years ago, Hermann Ebbinghaus formulated the learning curve, which describes the relationship between memory and time. In a nutshell, it says that, during a lecture, if your absorption rate is at 100 percent on day one, there is a 50-80 percent loss of learning from the second day onward, which is reduced to a retention rate of just 2-3 percent at the end of thirty days.

This theory is even more relevant in today's world where attention spans have come down and learning sometimes is reduced to 140 characters!

How then can 'Experiential Learning' help overcome this situation?
  • Accelerates Learning
  • Provides a Safe Learning Environment
  • Bridges the Gap Between Theory and Practice
  • Produces Demonstrable Mindset Changes
  • Increases Engagement Levels
  • Delivers Exceptional Return on Investment (RoI)
  • Provides Accurate Assessment Results
  • Enables Personalized Learning