The Conference Room welcomes CEO and creator of Skill Builder, Jeff Zigman as he shares some knowledge that incorporates the learning principles he gained from 20 years of martial arts into a remote learning system.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:
- Does the environment has an impact on the way people learn
- Key things that identify an effective learning
- How different is learning a new skill being better than an existing one
THIS WEEK’S GUEST
Jeff Zigman has been a tech entrepreneur for 10 years, having been CTO/Director of Software development in numerous tech companies. He is the CEO and creator of Skill Builder – a revolutionary and highly scalable software platform that incorporates the principles he gained from 20 years of martial arts into a remote learning system that has higher absorption and better retention rate than conventional in-person learning.
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A MESSAGE FROM SIMON
On February 24, 2022 Russia invaded Ukraine, in an unprovoked and unjustified attack. At the time I am writing this, I personally know people who, are trying to survive in bomb shelters in Kyiv, and others who have taken up arms to defend this country. Here at The Conference Room our thoughts and prayers are with our friends and colleagues and the whole of the Ukrainian people. But thoughts and prayers are not enough. As President Kennedy said in the name of Thomas Burke, all it takes for evil to succeed is for good men to do nothing. So, let’s do something. In the shownotes for this episode, and for every episode while the people of Ukraine are fighting for their country, we’ll post links of how you can help: reputable organizations you can donate to that will help the Ukrainian people and reliable sources of information about what’s happening on the ground. As individuals, we may not be able to stand up to Putin ourselves, but let’s all do something and not let evil triumph on our watch. Thank you.
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