An example of all the above is the following: I went to a football coaching course a few years ago, along with some other friends.
We all had great expectations of the course, as it was advertised as a way to teach people about football, and how to communicate and relate better to players and coaches. The training was absolutely miserable. It didn’t really teach us anything. Instead we learned a lot more about ourselves.
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I’m not suggesting you avoid these courses about ropeflow, but you need to understand what it is you’re getting in exchange. In the same way, as an entrepreneur, you need to understand what it is you are getting in exchange from courses and articles or other business learning platforms that are not designed to change what you already know and believe (e.g. you can’t change your worldview).
Here are the main things you need to decide: What you want to learn who is the target audience? Do you want to change your worldview? What else do you want to know? Once you have these questions answered, you can better choose courses and articles that will meet your needs.