I'm impressed by Adam Grant's study and the way he highlights on his point. I was not aware of the term Task Significance,...
I'm impressed by Adam Grant's study and the way he highlights on his point. I was not aware of the term Task Significance, yet I knew of its existence in the real world. After listening to the podcast, I thought of few of my fellow schoolmates who had some kind of learning disorder. They would study hard on their own, but when they go to the exam or test, their result would be disappointing as they failed or barely made it through. After several failings and the fact that they didn't see any good result of their hard work at school, they got to a point where they gave up and quit school, which is horrible for their future. But, if they had a help to realize their disorder and work on it, I'm sure that they would have seen good results, as I have seen it happen with other people later on; therefore, they would have been more motivated to continue their learning as they felt and realized they can do a difference in their life.