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February 18, 2012

Practice What You Preach

Once again, Paul amazes us with his wonderful and impressive style of teaching. The module was tough but enjoyable and interactive, I enjoyed every moment of it, and I learned a lot during this week. It reminded me of my past work experience, it happened that all my bosses were so tough with me, and the working atmosphere was so stress and a lot pressure, and that’s what made me what I am really right now, yet the working environment was so fun and enjoyed working and learned a lot during that time. However, the differences is that the learning environment in the class is safe, so you could make mistakes as much as you can, whereas in the real world it is quite different; a mistake might be deadly and as a result you might be asked to leave your job.

I feel that this module counts the same for the total of the past four modules we had during the last few months. One of the main things I learnt is to move out from my comfort zone constantly; to experience new things and adapt to changes in a positive attitude.

This is all about excellence; why study business excellence if I am not convinced that there is something called excellence, or why study BE if I know that I am not going to apply them after graduation. It is not about the degree, it is about benefit, experience, practice and application. Simply, practice what you preach.

If you want people to believe in you, apply those principles first, same as Paul.

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