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Chapter 14. Putting It All Together > Is This Last Step Really Necessary?

Is This Last Step Really Necessary?

An important key to successful retention and a deeper understanding of what has been learned is the ability to experiment with the learning and then to step back, reflect, and adjust what has been learned to better fit your needs. You’ve spent a lot of time looking at the individual pieces, parts, and steps necessary to communicate value.

In the introduction to this book, you read about the concept of pushing a flywheel to generate momentum and power. As you work through each individual piece, the first few turns through the flywheel can feel slow and arduous. Over time, the more turns you complete and more people you can get to push the flywheel with you, the faster you pick up speed and the more momentum you create to carry you forward in the service of your people. Reflection and adjustment creates deeper learning and helps you gain the strength to push your flywheel harder and faster.


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