Please have a look at the above video (I tried to keep it short – it’s 5mins 20 seconds)
In the video I talk about the Perfect Lesson, this is something that, like the perfect drive, is thought to be beyond our grasp most of the time. However, this does not mean we should not strive for it, or that we cannot identify goals to improve what we do.
Compare what you do in your everyday work against this perfect lesson model and determine where your lessons and the perfect lesson do not align. Just because they do not align, doesn’t make you the Anti-Christ, but it does give you some food for thought and some experience (gained through the comparison and through reflection) to enable you to put together onward Goals and plans to get a step closer to the ideal.
Look at the barriers that are in place preventing it happening, in the learner, in the practice area, in the size of step we bite off and of course, inside ourselves.