The first trick of asking questions is to determine if your question is a good one. Just because a question has never been asked does not make it good. Smart people have been asking questions for quite a few centuries now, so many of the questions that haven’t been asked are bound to yield some uninteresting answers.
Tag Archives: #Learn Through Reading
How to Learn Through Reading Fiction Books: Inspector Montalbano
Andrea Camilleri began writing Detective Fiction in his late sixties. There is much of his truth, beliefs and values in the books.
How to Learn Through Reading Non-Fiction Books: A Spy Among Friends
I get a greater sense of the real or true story from different perspectives. That’s enlightening and helps develop my power of self-awareness and observation.
Body Language Speech Patterns and the 7/38/55 Principle in WorkLife Interactions
“What you do doesn’t depend on you – it depends on the other fellow.” Sanford Meisner
The 7% Rule: Fact, Fiction or Fallacy? A Tale of Misinterpretation
This misquoted, misinterpreted and misunderstood myth came back into my mind recently, because of how many studies and stories continue to be taken out of context, and how so many facts are not being checked, causing them to be misreported, resulting in misleading people.
A Lesson in How to Design Your Ideal WorkLife That Keeps You Motivated
What is it you find yourself doing when you’re completely engrossed and the time just passes by and you have to remind yourself to stop to eat and before you know it the morning has turned into evening and you can still continue with what you’re doing into the night?
Most Significant WorkLife Transition: From Supreme Judge to Nomadic Social Media Marketer
We had to rule things in or out; or if they fell into the maybe category we had to find a way of understanding why this WorkLife choice may or may not work and then rule it in or out. And so the process continued.
1 Simple Way to Effectively Plan your WorkLife Learning and Development
Aisling was already planning her next quarterly personal off-site, and until then she had her Joie De Vivre List of Places To Go, People To Be With, and Things To Do, to work (and play) through, to help her live her life to the full in the short-term, in the knowledge that these actions would help her, in time, to achieve her long-term dreams and aspirations.
How to Make the Best of Option B When Life Throws You a Curveball
Stories of what people did when life threw them a curveball, when they had to regroup and rethink their WorkLife plan. Stories of sometimes unimaginable pain and loss. Stories of courage and strength in the face of adversity. Stories of resilience, reinvention and ultimately recovery.
How Origin Stories Help Tell People’s Amazing WorkLife Achievements
Origin Stories matter because as people we love stories. We’re curious about a person’s story that made them who they are. Stories help us to understand and relate to each other.