trust in any organization is vital.
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we don't know them; we don't trust them.
And it’s this intact issue that attacks huge corporations. Because we are into the rush of our day to day lives, we forget the importance of building trust amongst a company, that relationship between boss and employee, that common vision.
I was astonished with the amount of potential these students had, people that I never imagined would have such a drive to learn; most of them felt equally discouraged by regular old school teaching. We took time to beak the ice, discover each others passions, interests and what was most interesting for me personally: their ambitions. There is nothing cooler than getting to know someone who talks ideas, not people, not gossip but projects and conquests they envision and truly want to dive into.
Having this “training session” (as we called it) was key for the healthy start to the expansion of the group, because...we don’t want to stagnate, we don’t want to grow numbers and let the culture break, remember:
Despite this concern, I know for sure we won’t let it slip because we might not know it all, but if there's something we've learned is that if we fail we can pivot, and that if your passionate, there’s no ending line; remember: we don’t carry any rubrics. I’m calm because we’re one step ahead, and very differently from the countless current corporations in the US that are declining “for no reason”, our main focus is NOT extrinsic, instead, we desire to build human capital and people with a passion to learn in any circumstance.