August was INDEAL U’s biggest month yet with over 600 lessons completed in our video library! Our Learner of the Month, Jason Fenner of Workscapes, was responsible for about 10% of that on his own, which is no small feat.
Jason told us, “The lessons transition very smoothly and make you want to keep watching. The platform is user friendly as well.”
“Being somewhat new to the furniture industry, several of the lessons helped me directly with a better understanding of what I’m dealing with in regard to product. Most of the other lessons gave me directions in ethics and how to work within the industry.”
Product knowledge is top of mind with Jason – product-specific lessons were his request for future content. He said, “Being new to the furniture industry has made me hungry to understand it better and identify the many different options that are offered.” Our series of live and interactive webinars is where we start digging deeper into product options. Too busy to make it to one of our webinars? We’re working on a solution for that, so stay tuned!
His favorite series of videos was Words of Wisdom. “It’s great to hear from people who have been involved with the industry – it helps to be better prepared of what’s to come.”
Interested in getting to know Jason better? We were too, so we asked him a few fun questions. We thoroughly enjoyed reading his responses and hope you do too!
Q: What’s your favorite song to listen to when you need a break?
A: 3 little birds – Bob Marley
Q: If you could go back to school to study anything you wanted, what would you pick?
A: Nurse (RN)
Q: What hobby would you get into if time and money weren’t an issue?
A: Playing guitar and keyboard as I actually write song lyrics
Q: What’s the most useless talent you have?
A: I can do a head stand on my paddleboard
Q: What could you give a presentation on with absolutely no preparation?
A: Types of liners for bottled product (like the liner you have to take off a new mustard bottle or coffee creamer container)
Q: If your life was a book, what would its title be?
A: Staying afloat in the waves of life
Q: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
A: Stop trying to fix everyone’s problems when you haven’t taken care of your own