I'm struggling a bit with the style of the LM classes and how I bring content to life. When I teach BA 3000 or facilitate the LeaderShape curriculum, I bring the content to life by telling my own stories and that's the real skill in facilitating. In the LM, it seems like we let the students come to their own conclusions. I see them struggling with some of the activities and I want to call out obvious "Why do you think we do this?" and "How does this relate to the real world?" questions. I'm still figuring out if that's the style of the LM courses or just Brian's style.
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