What is the line between extraordinary and ordinary? perhaps it can be best summarised as those who accept the world as it is and those who change the world.Continue reading “We are not here to take part, we are here to take over!”
A weak leader blames, they find every excuse as to why, why it was not them who is responsible for what has happened. A weak leader thinks only with their ego, in fact, the person I describe is not a leader at all.
Because to lead is to take responsibility, to own it no matter the cost.Continue reading “Leadership lessons: We must own our problems”
I really struggled with what to call this post. It was first called the commandments of learning, then it was the disruptors rules for learning in the modern age. But none of those felt right.
Even the title you have now read, still doesn’t quite feel right.Continue reading “An alternative charter for learning”
Failure is a part of life and a large part at that.Continue reading “It’s not about falling down, it’s about how you get back up”
To keep my mind healthy and practice what I preach in learning new things. I’ve been building my skills in the world of indoor gardening. Very basic skills, but nonetheless I’ve been up-skilling myself in the ways of keeping my plants alive.
I’m sharing this random bit of personal detail with you to demonstrate an important point that connects to a sizeable part of the philosophy that drives my work in learning, human development and managing the monkey mind.Continue reading “Gardening, Google, learning new stuff & hipster tea.”