This talk applies to almost everything–we are so often focus on the “performance zone” rather than focusing on the learning zone. If we are not focused on continuous improvement, we are automatically going to fall behind. I’ve talked to my Dad about this a lot; he is a doctor and he constantly reads new studies and attends conferences to learn about the newest techniques. We want our doctors to use the most recent research rather than what they learned twenty years ago, right? That same principle applies to many skills, whether those skills are personal or professional. I hope you enjoy this talk and Briceño’s ideas about learning and improving.
Do you feel the pressure to always live in the performance zone? Do you make time for the learning zone?