The P3 Project was born of the sense that learning and education have become out of sync with one another. With education often pointed to as a means to success, the Learning Committee questioned who defines success and how that influences learning. So we devised an experiment that the community could collectively observe and explore. The P3 project asked 25 people, of all ages and from all walks of life, to intentionally pursue their passion for 9 months. We paired these 25 Voyagers with 25 Guides (mentors) to support them as they challenged their assumptions, imagined new possibilities, and had the courage to expand beyond who they are to learn and grow. The P3 participants offer us a window not only into how we learn, and how we support learning in our community, but how important an individual sense of passion and purpose is to achieving fulfillment, productivity and success. Learn more about the project and the participants at www.thenextfifty.org/p3project
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