Yes, and from Lois Holzman I learned that performing to teach is much
more fullfilling than just teaching.
The other day one leader (a client) phoned me, where he asked:/ Could we
instead of doing "supervision" again play, like last time, we worked
together, where we played a form of "that's my ridiculous life"? My
staff was so happy, afterwards, last time.
Yes/, and I think, wow, now the leader has catched the idea, that
performing and playing is a (better) way of learning than all this
Yes, and Phil, you are right, is is about learning, or practicing new
language games (it is here Wittgenstein is helpful to read together with
Phil Chappell wrote:
> Dear All,
> This is an intriguing notion that I would love to hear more about. It
> certainly resonates with learning another language...
> On 09/12/2005, at 11:05 PM, Lois Holzman wrote:
>> I feel that whatever success I have in intellectual activities has
>> to do
>> with learning to relate to it as play.
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