“One thorn of experience is worth a whole wilderness of warning.”
—James Russell Lowell, 20th Century American poet, critic, and diplomat
Perhaps the single most significant reason the coaching profession has grown to over a $2 billion industry is the fact that it focuses a great degree on experiential learning. Although there is still a substantial value in telling and showing, it seems the stickiness and sustainability of the lesson comes from experiencing things firsthand, where we actually get on the field, run a few plays, and see what happens.
Where and how can you include far more experiential learning opportunities to help you progress even further in your life?