Invisible magic

Hi my amazing readers, hope you are enjoying summers happily. I am also enjoying and doing a research sort of assignment these days. Would love to share it with you. So here we go.

I met my friend who is not my class fellow right now and I shared with her some guidelines as she is really passionate to know more and more about my type of course and this way I get a chance to better understand the tips that I learnt in the course.

I planned a meeting at my own place with her and I also told her about the purpose of this meeting, she ordered me to make it a pizza party and I had to manage it and I made it one :-)

I carefully reviewed each tip and the video, so that I will be able to fully explain the concept and the background information and story behind each tip. I did not make any notes as I wrote everything on my google docs.

The meeting was interesting, at first she got surprised by the professional terms that I was using, later she asked me to let her watch the videos of my courses. We watched them together.

I observed that in most tips she agreed, referring to Tip # 2 “Don’t do PhD if you want to be an entrepreneur or work in corporate sector”, she told me about her brother’s experience and convinced me that this is a solid point for a better future.

Tip #3 “Do an internship before pursuing a higher degree to confirm if you like that field/industry”, again for this tip she gave an example but this time it was her own and she told me that after her BS she changed her major because from her internship she observed the nature of this field that did not align with her passion. For the last tip: “Spend at least one year in your first job”, she had no clue to answer it because she did not have any job experience but she concluded very beautifully and said that as everything needs time and so does the job. I really got impressed from her life experiences and her way of relating every tip with an example.

I did not take a selfie with her as she did not feel comfortable to post it.

I sent her a thank you message after she went back and suggested her to take admission in this course as soon as possible.

So readers, it sounds good? I will call it an invisible magic because the tips that I was supposed to learn was learnt in no time with the help of a friend and I just paid a pizza for it, Not bad.

Guys after having such a nice experience of learning better with a friend, I can advise you to go to friends if you feel any difficulty in learning that’s your CTA too, just give it a go and share your experience in the comments section below.

Good luck!