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Can Advisors Apply the Google 20 Rule?

Because I specialize in planning for teachers, I follow a number of teachers on Twitter -- and it turns out they share information like crazy. They have multiple chats throughout the week and help each other out with their daily problems.

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I did something similar years ago with my team. I asked each of them to go to the library for a couple hours and just browse through whatever grabbed their interest. The only requirement was they had to take a few minutes during a team meeting and share insights from what they read. It was a good break for each team member and gave them time to peruse something they're interested in. It was also great for the team because we learned something new and we learned more about each team member's personal and professional interests.
Posted by steve s | Tuesday, December 31 2013 at 12:49PM ET
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