We've explored the three roadblocks to learning,
and the products and services you can build into your online teaching
practice to help your learners get past them.
Once people get past those roadblocks and are actually starting to learn
(whether those learners are your students, or you yourself),
the first thing you'll notice is:
Wait... WHAT? I thought people were eager to learn and want transformation, .... right?
We all want to achieve transformation.
We just don't want to have to actually change.
What IS resistance, anyway?
And how does it show up?
Resistance is an inherent quality of anything that is... it's the inherent tendency of anything that is, to preserve its existing structure and fight change.
If it weren't for resistance the entire universe would be a mushy blob of goo with no structure, stability, or support.
So resistance is actually good.
We need it.
As teachers and learners, we just need to learn how to work with it.
You can make your learners' resistance work FOR you
to improve the quality of your online teaching practice!
You just have to know HOW.
We'll get into the "HOW" in next week's blog post.
For now, just realize that when resistance shows up,
it means your learning is having an impact!
And that's GREAT!
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