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Old 05-24-2004, 12:18 PM   #1
taras
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teaching Aikido helps teaching in genera

I am not sure if this has been asked before.

In my line of work quite often I have to train people. I also started teaching Aikido a few months ago. I noticed that this affects the way I train people in other areas (use of software or various office procedures). For example I find myself saying things like "That was great! Let me show you how you can improve that" I find it a lot easier and more fun to train staff at work, and I don't stress when something goes wrong. I think all together it becomes a more enjoyable experience for both myself and the trainees.

I wonder if anyone else had a similar experience.
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