You signed up to become a certified meditation teacher?
And you don’t intend to become a teacher—why?
Meditation has made a significant impact on my life.
Increased patience and tolerance,
Better focus on the present,
Reduced negative emotions,
And increased creativity.
Despite the benefits, my reason isn’t to share the knowledge with others as a certified teacher.
Recently, I felt like my meditation practice hit a wall.
I’ve wondered how I can rekindle and develop my practice.
After reflecting, I saw a parallel.
There was a turning point in my biz dev career.
It all started coming together when I started teaching it.
At first, it was blog articles to help clients.
Later it was training a biz dev team.
Intending to teach later, I looked at the content I was consuming differently.
I looked for what’s interesting, valuable, and worth teaching.
It forced me to think about how I would explain the concept.
It provided me real-time feedback.
Since biz dev was my job, this learning process organically unfolded.
However, meditation isn’t my career.
But I feel learning it as if it was might get me over that wall.
At this time, I have no plans to teach meditation formally.
But this path will deepen my practice.
It’s an investment in my long-term health and wellness.
What I learn will help me become a better version of myself.
A better me will improve relationships and make me a better leader.
Are you struggling to learn something new?
Or trying to overcome stalled progress?
Maybe you, too, would benefit from teaching to learn.