Category archive: Learning

Can we learn to be creative?

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Creative thinking comes naturally to some people. Those who are better at it seem to be able to generate ideas and evaluate them at the same time. Recent studies suggest the skills associated with this can be developed.

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Thoughts about imagination …

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Photo by Joel Filipe on Unsplash.com

Never limit yourself because of others’ limited imagination; never limit others because of your own limited imagination.
~ Mae Jemison

The upside of busyness …

 

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Photo by Ryan Tang on Unsplash.com

When I worked in a professional services firm, being “busy” was worn like a badge of honour. When asked how people were, “busy” was the usual response. With exchange of pleasantries, the usual question asked was “Are you busy?”

I used to think busyness was over-rated. I’ve since discovered, there’s an upside to it!

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How to improve your focus and your productivity

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Photo by Daria Nepriakhina on Unsplash.com

Your attention determines the experiences you have, and the experiences you have determine the life you live.
(Thomas, 2018).

Managing your attention is important to learning and productivity. With the many distractions that abound from electronic and social media, this can be a real challenge.

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Productive learning

The amount of information available to us has increased incredibly with the increase in the use of technology and social media. Does that make us more productive as learners though?

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