This week I am teaching three classes of MBA students at the University of New Brunswick. We are working with Kolb’s learning styles model (see Monday’s blog), determining how we learn, seeing what other styles frustrate us, and teaching our colleagues how best to teach us.
In the midst of the questions, the discussions, the stories, and the laughter, I realized once more that this is why we are all here. To do what we love.
There was literally no other place in the world that I wanted to be in that moment. Not a beach in Hawaii or a tour of London. I love helping people get where they want to go. I love watching the lights go on as people realize why they respond to other people and how to expand their skills. And I love doing it with humour so we’re laughing as we’re learning.
Are you in love with what you do?