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  1. jeff carter

    jeff carter

    21/03/2017
    This is the facebook post from one of my former students about mu recent "you might think I am crazy" post.
    I was overwhelmed and humbled. :)
    jeff carter
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  2. Producerjeff carter

    jeff carter

    21/03/2017
    Education Myths #5 - #8 (of 12)
    Education Myths #5 - #8 (of 12)Link to Myths #1 - #4 Myth #5: Context doesn’t matterJust as Schon (Infed) made the distinction between reflection-on-practice and reflection-in-practice, I will make a distinction between ‘context-of-curriculum’ and ‘context-in- curriculum’....
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  3. Producerjeff carter

    jeff carter

    19/03/2017
    Education Myths...#1 - #4  (of 12)
    Education Myths...#1 - #4 (of 12)Myth #1: Education and Learning are two sides of the same coin.For decades I used to believe that education (not educators) and learning were so interconnected that I assumed they were two sides of the same coin. However, over the past 10 years I...
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    Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    19/03/2017 #1 Phillip Louis D 'Amato
    Great read for a Sunday night during March Madness.
  4. John White, MBA

    John White, MBA

    19/03/2017
    Do you agree? John White, MBA
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    Devesh Bhatt
    19/03/2017 #1 Devesh Bhatt
    In context of developing countries, yes. Because this quote helps in convincing people to educate their children, specially when child labour has been given a sly loophole and the girl child still needs a hand to be given access. This works in getting society convinced.


    In case of developed countries, lately the very definition of education being viewed differently. But if i were to assume education as facilitation of learning and acquisition of knowledge ( someplaces the restrictive definition of transfer of knowledge is used) and add it to the corollaries, life is an education and learning must serve utility or progress. Yes

    While the majority limit themselves to conventional utility, some will apply it for progress. Although i feel the presumption of restricting it to youth can be counterproductive because the youth are not the authority. We all must keep learning, youth must be the priority.
  5. Producerjeff carter

    jeff carter

    13/03/2017
    You might think I am crazy ... but I am keenly interested to work with an organization / institution in crisis.
    You might think I am crazy ... but I am keenly interested to work with an organization / institution in crisis.Yes, you read that right.   Put simply, I am looking to help alleviate any organizational / educational nightmares your group may be experiencing.  I am an Education Management Professional, Canadian, with an M.Ed from Australia who...
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    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    16/03/2017 #4 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Let's see what we can do to get the word out. Jeff.
    jeff carter
    14/03/2017 #3 jeff carter
    #2 Thx Javier for the feedback. But seeing as I am new on BeBee, I would appreciate it if you could get this buzz out to more than just my few followers. :)
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    14/03/2017 #2 Javier 🐝 beBee
    Thanks @jeff carter for sharing it on beBee !
    Javier 🐝 beBee
    14/03/2017 #1 Javier 🐝 beBee
    I love that quote

    "People who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."

    beBee will disrupt social media. After building your network on FB, TW, LI, ... is very frustrating not to be able to reach 100% of your followers.
  6. Producerjeff carter

    jeff carter

    12/03/2017
    My Philosophy of Learning (& Education)
    My Philosophy of Learning (& Education)Learning is an action verb. Education is a noun. For decades I used to believe that education (not educators) and learning were so interconnected that I assumed they were two sides of the same coin. However, over the past 10 years I have come...
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    Joyce Bowen
    12/03/2017 #2 Joyce Bowen
    @jeff carter worth a share--great insights
    debasish majumder
    12/03/2017 #1 debasish majumder
    nice insight @jeff carter! enjoyed read. thank you for the share.
  7. Producerjeff carter

    jeff carter

    09/03/2017
    Study Shock: How familiar are you with your international students’ pain points?
    Study Shock: How familiar are you with your international students’ pain points?learning and assessment processes? If you are actively targeting international students, you need to get a handle on your CIP (Culturally Inclusive Pedagogy)! As part of my ongoing research into tacit knowledge, I recently came across a very...
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    Brian McKenzie
    09/03/2017 #1 Brian McKenzie
    Great insights, the feedback loop is the toughest for me. They all say the understand and there are no questions - but come test time performance does not jibe with those notions. * Eastern Europe & Central Asia
  8. Joyce Bowen

    Joyce Bowen

    04/03/2017
    Joyce Bowen
    Fresh Starts for Hard-to-Like Students
    www.edutopia.org Improve trust and communication with difficult students by expressing gratitude, using encouraging statements, and treating them in the same way you treat your best...
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  9. ProducerJoey Reghitto

    Joey Reghitto

    27/01/2017
    Public School Marketing Ideas For 2017
    Public School Marketing Ideas For 2017I can’t think of an “industry” that needs this more, especially in California, where sky rocketing home prices, combined with the influx of charter schools is creating a steep decline in the public school population.It’s sad.As a product of...
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    Joey Reghitto
    31/01/2017 #2 Joey Reghitto
    #1 Absolutely! I love Twitter. Everything that is created for other platforms would be shared on Twitter (in a perfect world). There are so many great things going on in schools, they just do a horrible job of letting people know. Hiring people to make sure all the good stuff gets out would be a great way for a district to allocate a few more salaries. btw, I just started following you on Twitter!
    Dorothy Cooper
    28/01/2017 #1 Dorothy Cooper
    Joey, public school seems as popular as meat as a vegan party. There are many twitter chats on education and I think that's a great place to start because everyone is on twitter. I also can think of some ideas and websites. Public education was not designed to meet all needs and this conflict is coming head on nationwide and it's going to get ugly, really ugly. Public education served my two kids very well with their special needs. I worked in a charter school. They can be excellent, but they need to be held to a high threshold as well. Perhaps, interviews and profiles of education and educators on beBee is the place to start. I am on twitter @sittingpretty61 @dorothycooper
  10. Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    What was the last thing you said?
    Did it uplift, encourage, edify? Did it speak inspiration and vision?
    Did it speak belief into the person you were communicating with?
    What impact did your words have?
    Being a leader (a REAL leader) is far more than anyone really comprehends -- at least that's what I learned from this Daily Shortcut episode.
    Preston 🐝 Vander Ven
    THE DAILY SHORTCUT #8
    www.empowernetwork.com THE DAILY SHORTCUT...
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  11. Ayush Garg

    Ayush Garg

    12/12/2016
    This rather monochromatic kind of life is in for a very big change.
    Ayush Garg
    Get Up In The Morning And Go To School? Ah! Maybe Never Again
    www.nakedtruth.in They are likely to perform even...
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  12. Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    What's that buzz I'm hearing? Could it be a bunch of bees doing data science? Read this article to find out...
    Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    The Honeybee Effect and Its Application in Data Science
    www.foxydatascience.com People like to work together, even if they don’t always admit it. Just like bees, we enjoy collaboration, especially if this entails some bonding too. This is sometimes depicted with the...
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  13. Jim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    07/12/2016
    Jim Taggart
    Leading in a Post-Heroic World: Do You Have What it Takes?
    changingwinds.wordpress.com Updated December 5, 2016 Date Line: 1994, Forbes Magazine THE NEW POST-HEROIC LEADERSHIP ”Ninety-five percent of American managers today say the right thing. Five percent actually do...
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  14. ProducerAndrew 🐝 Goldman
    The Family
    The FamilyHello, friends! Andrew Goldman here. Just as I promised on my latest stream to write a post about the family, here it is. Our world is a magical place. Everything is connected to one another. We are a part of one. But when it comes down to our...
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    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    03/12/2016 #14 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Very true, thanks for a great comment, @Irene Hackett#13
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    03/12/2016 #12 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Very true, @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher Thanks for a great comment! #11
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    03/12/2016 #11 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    Love this buzz @Andrew 🐝 Goldman. I am reminded by my grown children a lot of the positive impacts I had on their lives and sometimes they remind of the not so positive. We have to be open to hearing the 'not so positives,' in order to continue to grow. It's rare my kids share negative memories and even then, they aren't as bad as I would have envisioned because parents can be very hard on themselves as it is. I love the positive impacts they speak of because it leads to further conversation and how they are choosing to raise their own children now. This stood out, "One person can do a lot." Yes, if one person does something positive it can have a ripple effect.
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    03/12/2016 #10 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Thanks for a great comment, @Ken Boddie! Have an awesome weekend! #9
    Ken Boddie
    02/12/2016 #9 Ken Boddie
    Our family members, Andrew, like everyone else, have a range of personalities. If we attempt to understand these differences and acknowledge then with our loved ones, then we'll all be a lot happier. You'll see what I mean in this buzz I published previously, using 'Modern Family' members to illustrate the personality types: https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ken-boddie/do-you-know-your-characters
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    01/12/2016 #8 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Great comment, @David B. Grinberg Thank you! I believe that love and respect starts with us. It is hard but possible even for people with no relatives. After all everyone in the world is a relative. #7
    David B. Grinberg
    01/12/2016 #7 David B. Grinberg
    Nice buzz, Andrew. You offer many words of wisdom. I think some of the problems in America and elsewhere stem from a breakdown of the so-called nuclear family, particularly in urban areas. I imagine it's gut wrenching for a child to be raised by a single parent, not to mention perhaps never knowing who the other parent is, where they are, or why they left. This replaces love and security with feelings of abandonment, guilt and remorse. Thus, the importance of family structure cannot be overstated IMHO.
    I'm sharing this on three hives. Keep buzzing, my friend!
    Brian McKenzie
    30/11/2016 #6 Brian McKenzie
    My family was not the rosy Normal Rockwell fantasy. I haven't talked to them in 30 years, I see no reason to change that trend in the next 30 years either. Nor will I continue this lineage - these genes die with me.
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    30/11/2016 #5 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Thank you, Barbara! Have an awesome day! #3
    Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    30/11/2016 #4 Andrew 🐝 Goldman
    Thank you, @Aleksey Kharlamov. Have an awesome day! #1
    Bárbara Fernandez Lima
    30/11/2016 #3 Bárbara Fernandez Lima
    Your article is very, very interesting. I believe in our family shapes us to be who we are. And btw, I love this serie modern family :)
    Aleksey Kharlamov
    30/11/2016 #1 Aleksey Kharlamov
    Great post! Thank you!
  15. Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    What do you think about mentorship? Lately I've been contemplating on this matter, as I recently got involved with a mentoring company. Here is the article I wrote about the topic: . BTW, I know the image is not that relevant, but the photos I find that are under CC license are quite limited in variety!
    Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris
    The Value of Mentorship in Data Science
    www.foxydatascience.com Data science is a rapidly evolving field, there is no doubt about that. However, this doesn’t have to be a stress factor for those involved in it. In fact, you can benefit from this as a field...
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  16. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    27/11/2016
    Why America is Good and Great
    Why America is Good and GreatNegativity is corrosive. It eats away at one’s spirit, slowly weakening an individual’s outlook on life to the point that all seems to be lost. It’s a travesty to watch.When it occurs at a collective level, such as within a community or even that of...
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    Jim Taggart
    29/11/2016 #4 Jim Taggart
    #1 Thanks for reading this post, Donna-Luisa. Yes, the title no doubt gave the impression of chest thumping.
    Jim Taggart
    29/11/2016 #3 Jim Taggart
    #2 Thanks for taking the time to share your insights.
    Harvey Lloyd
    29/11/2016 #2 Harvey Lloyd
    @Jim Taggart i agree with your post. Negative was once described to me as me drinking poison and hoping someone else gets sick. But i would add that we have many pressing issues here that seem to have social implications in there management. We are in areas of unsustainability from wall street to main street.

    In some ways i agree with the protestors basic complaints but we also need fiscal responsibility. My main concern is that our government is being asked to legislate social behaviour. I am sure some is warranted, but with each passing year new and deeper ties to community expectation are being driven by government. Too much history has dictated how this ends.

    I do believe that dialogue does exist on both sides of the issue that we can meet all of the demands our society has. Unfortunately society will have to participate in the pain and the gain, here in lies the rub.
    Donna-Luisa Eversley
    29/11/2016 #1 Donna-Luisa Eversley
    @Jim Taggart thanks for sharing this. I will admit sheepishly I was not inclined to read based on the title, but I'm glad I have. The negatives seem to have a sweeping effect on the US right now so vision may be a bit clouded. We are indeed shallow at times...but right now, I think the USA has lost its glimmer as a dark and disturbing present and future seems imminent in my humble opinion.
    You have certainly given me pause, and I hope many others will feel inclined to share their thoughts also.
    Great observations
  17. Eric Dirst

    Eric Dirst

    15/11/2016
    Are you interested in Internet of Things (IoT) and becoming an IoT skilled network field technician? If you are, we have the BootCamp for you...launching in Chicago in February in partnership with Cisco! Our IoT Networking & Field Service Bootcamp is designed to teach students the skills they need to go from digital novice to Field Technician in 3 phases over the course of 6 months.
    Eric Dirst
    Bootcamp - IoT | DeVry Bootcamp
    partner.devry.edu
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  18. Jim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    12/11/2016
    Uncertainty for Silicon Valley
    Jim Taggart
    Trump’s Presidency Could Upend the Way Silicon Valley Works
    www.wired.com Silicon Valley leaders rejected Donald Trump's candidacy. Now they're struggling to come to terms with what his presidency will mean for their...
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  19. ProducerKevin Pashuk

    Kevin Pashuk

    10/11/2016
    Between Mysticism and Reality – The Realm of Imagination
    Between Mysticism and Reality – The Realm of ImaginationThis post was inspired by three disconnected, yet in my fertile mind, related things. The first was a recent post by Phil Friedman on Mysticism vs. Rationality (On Forcing Perception to fit Preconception). The second was a quote from a...
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    Kevin Pashuk
    21/02/2017 #63 Kevin Pashuk
    #61 Thanks for the share Phil.
    Kevin Pashuk
    21/02/2017 #62 Kevin Pashuk
    #60 Nice to see you back @Phillip Hubbell... It's been a while. Yes, facts are important, but it's important that facts (and may I say, not the 'alternative' kind of facts) should inform you, but not constrain you in your dreaming... otherwise we would never have many of the great inventions that are taken for granted today.
    Phil Friedman
    21/02/2017 #61 Phil Friedman
    Good to see this surface again, Kevin, for it is a solid and balanced treatment of the topic. Sharing it again.
    Phillip Hubbell
    21/02/2017 #60 Phillip Hubbell
    I don’t know who said it…but “one is more likely to get where they are going if they know where they have been.” Never discount facts as an impediment to dreams.
    Don 🐝 Kerr
    21/02/2017 #59 Don 🐝 Kerr
    @Kevin Pashuk Looking forward to your reportage following the conference. Our family has a lot of time and respect for Sir Ken.
    Kevin Pashuk
    21/02/2017 #58 Kevin Pashuk
    #57 Thanks Franci
    Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    21/02/2017 #57 Franci🐝Eugenia Hoffman
    Perfect for a revival, Kevin. I remember the video and it's a good one. Enjoy your conference.
    Kevin Pashuk
    21/02/2017 #56 Kevin Pashuk
    I'm going to a conference next week where Sir Ken Robinson (the man in the attached video) will be speaking. Thought I'd resurrect this post from last November. @Phil Friedman and @Javier 🐝 beBee are mentioned in this one.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    13/11/2016 #55 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #54 @Praveen Raj Gullepalli, if you write a buzz about this please tag me, I love your stories! This was great.
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    13/11/2016 #54 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #53 Dear Phil, I would not take offence no matter what you would say for my incredulity too knew no bounds; and each time i met such folks it only increased my bewilderment and instilled a sense of acceptance of waves and frequencies (that is the word some used) which were simply beyond my ken. I spent quality time poking, provoking, testing, cross-checking and talking to them at length. I actually wanted to do a small book on my experiences with these amazing people, but had trouble deploying reason on their prowess. Barring their reticence, they allowed me to frisk them, remove all gadgets etc from their person...but they would just close their eyes, meditate and tell it like it is! One person would talk to a small stick, keeping it to his ear as if he was on long distance call and ask someone at some other wooden end! Did i feel like a fool! Were they laughing at me! One even offered to teach me, but backed off when i said I was married :) (what was that about?)...these are my experiences and not just claims Phil. Some of these folks are still around. But I no longer mess around with them. But I sure will write about some of the encounters and share them just for the interest factor. Thank you for your response.
    Phil Friedman
    13/11/2016 #53 Phil Friedman
    #51 Praveen, with all due respect, I am incredulous, particularly because you claim involves your having personally encountered "many mystics" with such powers. It is such a controversial subject that, if you had personal encounters with a great number of such Mystics with such powers, I would have expected a full blown scientific study of the encounters, for documentation of circumstances and repeatability. And what a marvelous thing it would be to establish the truth of such claims once and for all,
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    13/11/2016 #51 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    #12 Dear Phil, Intuition has also been defined as 'the direct perception of knowledge'' without tools of reason or empiricism aiding that perception. I have personally encountered mystics (many) who have been able to read the thoughts of a total stranger (who I knew well) 1500 kilometers away, just upon being provided the person's full name. I even called that person after this meeting with the mystic to verify the same. While the thought of the stranger itself was unusual the fact that someone so remote could access that exact thought was simply stupefying! Am as puzzled about it today as I was then. When i asked how he could do such a thing, that rustic mystic just smiled and said practice and mentioned some process that involved investing firstly belief, and a lot of sustained effort. I assume there must be some higher science to it involving physics, near-instantaneous travel, and so on! ;)
    Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    13/11/2016 #50 Praveen Raj Gullepalli
    Great thoughts dear Kev. Questioning, reasoning, wondering, dreaming, postulating etc., is everyone's prerogative. It is forcing perception to fit pre-conception (in a recent instance some folks mistakenly forced their perceptions and assumed a bee was building a cult - when it was not so - and started a long thread that was based on a wrong assumption! We were light-years away from a breakthrough there actually ;). It really hurt a lot of enthusiastic, curious and wondering minds who were developing a wonderful rapport with each other. Things could have been reasonably resolved in an offline mode as most of it was technical and beyond the Ken of even perhaps a Boddie! ;) (No offence meant to our dear Wandering Aengus there :). It was a kind of in-hive inter-group talk that was rudely intruded upon sort of :) However, that threat revealed the limits of Reason in a nutshell. Reason is beautiful. Imagination is wonderful. Out of wonder and imagination sprang all seeds of enquiry and thought. We must never forget that. Of course Dreaming should be followed by Doing, once the vision is laid out to a plan. The patterns, the forms, the fractals (more like units of similarity, recurring abundantly)...they have messages to convey am sure! We can't just say that they are just there and that's that can we? Ignorance is not bliss for all! Seeking answers can be / is a tortuous path to self-realisation. The cold comfort of Reason may not suffice for all. The cult of Reason is equally abhorrent to many. The sage and tolerant accept, acknowledge and respect all for their respective worth and seek Reason and Imagination for answers and inspiration.
    Mark Anthony
    12/11/2016 #49 Mark Anthony
    Well @Kevin Pashuk, rationally thinking this makes complete sense . I always remember snippets of info that stick with me ,of the top of my head from my studying days . One of those was " When we're born we bring something with us and as time goes on we lose that something " . I also feel a sense of anger and resentment towards social norms when I read posts like yours . Thankyou
    Mohammed Sultan
    12/11/2016 #46 Mohammed Sultan
    @Kevin Pashuk .The post is not only interesting but also beneficial.Each of us posses a nearly limitless creative strands of thoughts,the challenge is to uncover them and develop them.Changing of learning contexts generates new energy as well as creativity and imagination ,but you can't change contexts without having the patience to learn something new.We should teach students how to free themselves from fear when facing challenging tasks or uncertain situations.Fear sometimes force us to get satisfied with the status quo and to any obvious first solution.Innovative thinking also emerges from ensuring a healthy level of personal balance.Teachers should teach students how to approach new challenges and break the traditional patterns of their brains with sharpened inquisitiveness.
    Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    12/11/2016 #45 Chas ✌️ Wyatt
    @Kevin Pashuk, I am sure you are familiar with this Ted Talk by Sir Ken Robinson, "Do Schools Kill Creativity?"; it is one of my favs, as is the quote you used by Robert Kennedy~
    https://youtu.be/iG9CE55wbtY
    "A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man contemplates it, bearing within him the image of a cathedral." ~Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Flight to Arras, 1942.
    Kevin Pashuk
    11/11/2016 #44 Kevin Pashuk
    #43 Conscious Excavations?? Sounds a bit painful to me, but thanks for sharing it there Charles.
    Charles David Upchurch
    11/11/2016 #43 Charles David Upchurch
    Thanks for tagging me in on this, @Milos Djukic.

    @Kevin Pashuk I could not tell if this was already shared to the Conscious Excavations hive, so sharing it to there now.
    Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    11/11/2016 #42 Lisa 🐝 Gallagher
    #37 I agree Kevin and the wonderful thing, it passes on to the next generation!! My mom used to say "Anything is possible, just don't give up or lose faith in yourself," we remember even 'words' like that. Those words translated into meaning!
    Kevin Pashuk
    11/11/2016 #41 Kevin Pashuk
    #31 Thanks Rami. Divergent thinking is just that... divergent.
  20. Paul Frank Gilbert
    Another great example of a "news source" putting their own spin on the actual words of someone. John Merrill is talking about automatically registering people to vote not about how more voting would cheapen the work of civil rights heroes. The headline will be read by many ... the article itself by few ... and people will assume fiction as fact. THIS is why you have to do your own research, sometimes as simple as actually reading the article the soundbite title is supposedly covering.
    Paul Frank Gilbert
    Alabama secretary of state says more voting would cheapen the work of civil rights heroes.
    www.slate.com Automatic voter registration has recently emerged a key tool in increasing the United States’ anemic voter turnout. The process is simple: Whenever an ...
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  21. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    30/10/2016
    Generation Y’s Playbook to Succeed in a Messy Economy
    Generation Y’s Playbook to Succeed in a Messy EconomyBill Morneau, a newbie politician, probably didn’t quite bank on being handed the country’s most senior cabinet post, and then only months later in a new government mandate find deficit projections and economic forecasts going out the window. Age...
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  22. Jim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    20/10/2016
    Take a moment to check out my post on adapting to change.
    Jim Taggart
    Six Enablers to Building Organizational Change Adaptability
    changingwinds.wordpress.com Have you had enough? Of change that is. As 86 year-old American poet and author Maya Angelou once said, “If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your...
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  23. Agata Osowska

    Agata Osowska

    19/10/2016
    A new plan for anxious feelings: escape the custard! | Neil Hughes | TEDxLeamingtonSpa
    A new plan for anxious feelings: escape the custard! | Neil Hughes | TEDxLeamingtonSpa Comedian, author, and physicist Neil Hughes lived with anxiety for years before he had a strange realisation: anxiety is just like custard! This surprising...
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    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    19/10/2016 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    Thanks for sharing @Agata Osowska - the custard trap metaphor is a really stellar way to rethink about our mental cycles.
    Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    19/10/2016 #1 Deb 🐝 Helfrich
    @Lisa 🐝 Gallagher - this is enjoyable....
  24. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    16/10/2016
    Samsung’s Failed Executive Leadership
    Samsung’s Failed Executive LeadershipBeing the top leader of an organization, whether in the public or private sphere, is no easy task. What’s more appropriately called executive managerial leadership (as opposed to the overused, feel good term “leadership”), those at the helm of...
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  25. ProducerJim Taggart

    Jim Taggart

    09/10/2016
    To Tithe or not to Tithe: The Moral Question
    To Tithe or not to Tithe: The Moral QuestionThe use of the words “tithe” or “tithing” in modern society have their origin long before Jesus Christ was born. A tithe today means typically giving 10% of your gross annual income to your church. The Mormon faith (The Church of Jesus Christ of...
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