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Creating a bond of Trust

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I wanted to be trusted, so do others. How experiential learning come alive.
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the word talking stopping, I thought I should also talk, I should not stop. So with that spirit, you know, I have a very interesting hypothesis while learning fields, simply because of the trust deficit. Now, when you are telling us the story about building a relationship with people or stakeholders, in your case, it's almost like the stakeholder because these are all micro stakeholders who come in a quest of learning, and the only way where you can actually bring about the joy of learning is where you build a bond of trust. And that's exactly why I said that learning collapses whether the trust deficit, so how did you create this bond of trust so that you could actually create the environment and take the learning forward? Yeah, I absolutely agree with that. I think uh probably because I was not an educator, I was able to do that. I had no no qualifications of being a teacher, had never, never been a teacher or or never been trained in being an educator or nothing like that. I was approaching it from the perspective of just another student or learner and I didn't want any of that. You know, I didn't want people to restrict me. I had that my whole life. I mean, I didn't want I wanted to be trusted and I wanted to make my own decisions. So whether it was in creating the first place the nook or whether it was in building our organization, we kept that idea that what I don't want many others also don't want, they don't want to be boxed into a pre made decisions for for them. So what's the worst that will happen? You know, let's see what, what goes wrong. And if you if you if I could detail my experiment, then you would see that it started with a phone then with a bunch of laptops than with a lot of collective material than now funded stuff, which is more expensive, I guess. But from the very beginning, all that we were doing was leave it open and see what people do. And let's see how much damage there is. And never did I see that the damage was more than the need for that experiment, you know, never did I find that, uh, if you let people on their own devices and let them, um, figure things out, encourage them to ask for help, but don't just, you know, uh, tell them what to do. They were not making the mess that everybody expected them to make. They were not, it was not going so bad. And, and so far it has never really happened. People are actually all