You have all the degrees, certifications and skills to do your job… and more. Still, do you ever get the feeling that something is missing in your professional development or your personal growth?
If you do, you have experienced stagnation. Sometimes it’s known as having reached a plateau. It happens to all of us at one time or another.
To overcome such stagnation, many of us take more classes, get another degree, acquire more skills and take on more stuff. And still, there is that feeling that something is missing.
In my experience both as a teacher – a trainer – and a student, I have identified 7 beliefs about learning and teaching that keep us stuck and stagnant. Unless we recognize and correct some of these beliefs, we don’t grow internally, despite all the external signs of learning that may be present.
What are these beliefs? That’s what I present in the article below.
>> Read here: Beliefs about Teaching and Learning (7 Barriers to Professional Growth and Development)