*Every 2nd Thursday 10:30 am – 11:45 am | March 12th at The Circuit on the Stage Conference Room
Continued Book for March: Applying “Switch” from February’s conversation
After a great start to The Learning Community in the Fall of 2019 and kick-off to 2020, we are excited to continue our meetings into March applying what we have read and discussed from February:
“Switch – How to Change Things When Change is Hard”, by Chip Heath and Dan Heath.
Month 1 introduces a new book for our group to discuss takeaways and top principles.
Month 2 seeks to dig deeper into the book’s practical applications and pushes everyone to put things into action. And, bring your book recommendation for next month.
The Vision and Goal
The vision and goal of the learning club will be the discussion of a business or personal development book over a two month period of time. The first month read a book and than meet as a group to discuss it. Practical applications of the content and how we will implement key concepts into our daily lives will be our focus. The second month is the practical implementation of the key concepts. Members will meet again to discuss what worked and what didn’t with the goal of receiving feedback and perspective that helps take action. At the end of this meeting members will then present their book recommendation for the next two-month learning cycle. The one receiving the most votes will be the focus for the next two months. The member whose book was selected leads the discussion for the learning period. New learning club members may join in the beginning month of the learning cycle.
- Read a new book business or personal development every two months
- Have a rich and meaningful discussion
- Development new skills
- Build a community of learners
- Create a Cherokee County entrepreneur Brain Trust
Why a learning club?
We look at this as the next step in the evolution of a book club. We focus on practical application and experimentation of business or personal development books that we read and discuss in an effort to better learn skills, gain resources and apply them to our businesses and lives.
Led by local entrepreneur and supporter of Fresh Start Cherokee and The Circuit, Ben Carter.