After reading a book about beer, food and flavor, I sat wondering what the book was missing.
It taught me fundamentals, facts and figures. It made me more of an expert than I already was. It got me thinking about approaching beer dinners in a new way. Then it hit me. The book never taught me how what I’ve learned helps me relate to others.
It’s a fair question to think on: How does knowing about X help me connect with others.
Whether you’re a casual in-taker of information or a professional teacher (whatever the lesson), are you discussing how knowing something helps one relate to another?
We are in the connection economy, after all.
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