To all of the new members of this community, welcome.

To all of the new members of this community, welcome.

Please post any and all reflective practice that you are engaged in, whether those are videos, podcasts, or blog posts. Any time that you have to take a moment and reflect, this community would love to share in your learning.

I just realized yesterday that I have been doing this type of reflective practice for at least 6 years now. It has become a part of the fabric of my work. I hope it does the same for you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QG3XiZwrJZk

3 Comments

  1. hi Ben,

    fun to hear you reflect on your experience over these years, what has changed and what hasnt… Maybe this is a “duh” statement but what it made me think of was this…

     I think this takes a mindshift into a learning stance.  If we are in an evaluation stance/mindframe then we are fearful of others critique.  We are not doing it from the learning centered place that allows openness to critique, openess to learning, openness to mistake and failure and exposing that failure so that we may learn and grow.  With a learning stance the fear/ paranoia deminishes, and openness abounds.  

  2. hi Ben,

    fun to hear you reflect on your experience over these years, what has changed and what hasnt… Maybe this is a “duh” statement but what it made me think of was this…

     I think this takes a mindshift into a learning stance.  If we are in an evaluation stance/mindframe then we are fearful of others critique.  We are not doing it from the learning centered place that allows openness to critique, openess to learning, openness to mistake and failure and exposing that failure so that we may learn and grow.  With a learning stance the fear/ paranoia deminishes, and openness abounds.  

  3. hi Ben,

    fun to hear you reflect on your experience over these years, what has changed and what hasnt… Maybe this is a “duh” statement but what it made me think of was this…

     I think this takes a mindshift into a learning stance.  If we are in an evaluation stance/mindframe then we are fearful of others critique.  We are not doing it from the learning centered place that allows openness to critique, openess to learning, openness to mistake and failure and exposing that failure so that we may learn and grow.  With a learning stance the fear/ paranoia deminishes, and openness abounds.  

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