Learning by Teaching

Learning by Teaching

I presented a workshop to my local chapter of the National Speakers Association last week. It went really well.

They always say the teacher learns more than the students.

Here’s what I learned:

Practical – There were errors on slides, like numbers not matching. I also realized some elements could be presented before others.

What worked – I asked if anyone had a paint-by-numbers kit as a kid. Most of them did. That surprised me. The concepts is much more universal than I would have thought. This is going to play big in the final rewrite of the book.

Extra benefits – Many people gave me wonderful testimonials. Several people volunteered to be beta readers. A few suggested topics what they wanted more of. One person wanted the seminar to be longer! That’s good news!

Unexpected bonuses: Several people posted my picture on Facebook with kind words about the seminar.

What do you learn when you do seminars?

2018-04-17T20:40:15+00:00By |0 Comments

About the Author:

Dan Janal has written 13 landmark books, including 6 for John Wiley & Sons, that have been translated into 6 languages. He is a serial entrepreneur and inspiring business keynote speaker who helps entrepreneurs realize their dreams of creating a successful business, leading a balanced life, and achieving financial freedom. You will also find him frequently on webinars, podcasts, and radio shows. He's probably the only person who created 8 different businesses that make $100,000 a year by using 8 different business models. He has spoken on marketing topics and futurism in six countries and four continents and has taught at Berkeley and Stanford. He's one of the most creative, problem-solving persons you’ve ever encountered. And now, he has created the paint-by-numbers system for writing the book of your dreams, available through live support or on-demand training.

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