Friday, April 18, 2014

Four Questions About Learning …

Four Questions About Learning …

image“The wisest mind has something yet to learn.”

George Santayana

No argument here … I find that every day brings new learning.  Given the pace of change we currently enjoy, that’s little surprise.

It approaches trivial to repeat the much –stated idea that the more we know, the more we know we do not know.  I know for sure that I know much less of the world than I thought I did a few years ago. …

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Me, I’d like to think I’d take the long way home

Me, I’d like to think I’d take the long way home

John Smith:

This lovely little ode to adventure and seeking the new and different makes me want to walk out the door and just keep going …

Originally posted on Live & Learn:

The Long Way Home from Co.MISSION on Vimeo.

If life were measured in steps, I fear that many would hoard them for as long as possible, going nowhere, tasting nothing. Simply being alive, but…

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On Being Awake

John Smith:

A call to arise and be aware …

Originally posted on Searching Sophia’s Pockets:


By: Jenni Taylor

I want to be awake. Those neurons are firing in my brain, and I want to know the intricacy of each. I run and feel my heart pound and never want to forget how each beat is a gift. I breathe in that qi, that breath of life, that beautiful oxygen filling my belly and my back all the way…

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“Smile, Darn Ya, Smile …”

“Smile, Darn Ya, Smile …”

Charlee Very Odd Hat“All the statistics in the world can’t measure the warmth of a smile.”

Chris Hart

We are often asked to approach issues from an analytical point of view.

We are encouraged to create measurable outcomes and to carefully weigh each cost involved in a project.

The possibilities and the pitfalls are duly “SWATED”, categorized, and delegated.

We have it all under control, using finite and distinct…

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Facebook Profiles Can Predict Work Performance

Facebook Profiles Can Predict Work Performance

Everyone who has a social media presence should read this small example of just how complex the whole social networking thing can be when you link it to the workplace:

Facebook Profiles Can Predict Work Performance.

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