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I felt the identical approach in regards to the training I simply skilled this week. I went to Ann Arbor for a coaching on Visioning led by the co-founder of Zingerman’s Deli, Ari Weiszberg, and master coach Elnian Gilbert. There have been 30 of us in the room, from a mixture of small and mid-sized businesses across the US. There have been trailer salesmen and insurers and cheesemakers. The individuals had been interesting-many got here from contexts fully overseas to me-however the value was within the training itself. Once more, the content material was wealthy, deep, and centered (I am going to write more about it next week). We did laborious work all through the 2 days, drafting long-time period visions for our respective organizations. I discovered quite a bit, and I know I’ll keep building on what I learned. Ari shared his vision that we’d turn out to be converts to the Zingerman’s visioning methodology. It’s easy to think about this may happen … Read More