There’s probably no one better than professional learners to talk about WOL – Working Out Loud.
Why is that? And what is Working Out Loud?
From Working Out Loud author John Stepper’s website, it’s “a way to build relationships that can help you in some way, like achieving a goal, developing a skill, or exploring a new topic. Instead of networking to get something, you invest in relationships by making contributions over time, including your work and experiences that you make visible.”
It’s connecting, it’s sharing, it’s getting better at something you want to get better at. All while connecting with others, building relationships, collaborating, and creating a sense of connectedness that can carry over into other goals, skills, or topics you’d like to explore or achieve.
So in this Community Discussion, we had Cara North, Jonathan Rock, Alan Natachu, Jonathan Hill, and Simon Fogg discussing Working Out Loud, and much more. This was a very busy episode with some amazing commentary and insights that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.