Learning is a journey and must be supported through strategies and tools that allow learners to absorb the knowledge and extend it to successful application. Once the learning journey is set in motion, it must ignite passion in the learners. It must inspire and engage them to connect with the content and share it with others. If the learning journey is set up and supported well, people will be eager and impatient for more. The challenge for trainers, facilitators, and coaches is to capture the attention and passion of learners and teach them to use new content in a fully engaged way that creates lasting results. The system shared in this paper offers an approach to setting up the learning experience in a way that will unleash the learning energy and create enthusiasm, openness, involvement, meaning, and lasting results for the learner and the organization.
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