Learners, Doers, Teachers.

Many of you have been taught to believe that wisdom comes only from years of experience and age and that teachers have something to profess and nothing to learn from their students.

However, when you begin to recognize that there is a student and teacher in each of us, our perspective changes. You start to understand that each of you has something to learn from the other, and that everyone is an equal teacher regardless of age or credentials.

“Learning is finding out what we already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it. Teaching is reminding others that they know just as well as you. We  are all learners, doers, and teachers.” — Richard Bach

Lolly Daskal is one of the most sought-after executive leadership coaches in the world. Her extensive cross-cultural expertise spans 14 countries, six languages and hundreds of companies. As founder and CEO of Lead From Within, her proprietary leadership program is engineered to be a catalyst for leaders who want to enhance performance and make a meaningful difference in their companies, their lives, and the world.

Of Lolly’s many awards and accolades, Lolly was designated a Top-50 Leadership and Management Expert by Inc. magazine. Huffington Post honored Lolly with the title of The Most Inspiring Woman in the World. Her writing has appeared in HBR, Inc.com, Fast Company (Ask The Expert), Huffington Post, and Psychology Today, and others. Her newest book, The Leadership Gap: What Gets Between You and Your Greatness has become a national bestseller.

  1. Ron de Weijze

    09. Sep, 2009

    “If you believe, ACT!”

    Someone who doesn’t practice what he preaches, probably preaches falseness.

    The fruits will tell you what tree they are from.

    So keep looking at those trees and be one, if you can, fruitfully.

    If trying didn’t work, then at least you tried.

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  2. Lolly Daskal

    09. Sep, 2009


    If you believe ACT…

    act and do the same thing over and over again? Be the same old fruit, same old tree?

    Learn, Observe, and then Change…. before you act.

    Your subconscious mind makes your world match what it hold, it dictates what you observe. To change your world, therefore, change what is your subconscious mind.

    And then act.

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  3. Ron de Weijze

    09. Sep, 2009

    Same form, different content. Same accommodation and assimilation processes of knowledge, different content of knowledge/belief. That IS learning and observing.

    So we agree. 🙂

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  4. Lolly Daskal

    09. Sep, 2009

    We agree.

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