Remaining teachable should be at the top of your personal and professional development goals. What does it mean to remain “teachable”? Learn more here!
Technology has brought many benefits to the educational scene.
In our quest to get things done, we sometimes confuse busyness with productivity. What is the difference? It’s easier to be busy and more difficult to be productive; as productivity requires focus, strategic thinking and big-picture planning.
Are you looking for a solution to a specific problem? Do you need to kick your creative side into gear? Brainstorming is an effective tool for situations where creative thinking and problem solving are required. Brainstorming can be done by an individual, or in a group, and both options have their benefits. The point of brainstorming, whether in a group or alone, is to get as many ideas out of your head in as little time possible. In the initial stages of brainstorming, you are technically “brain dumping”. You needn’t worry about linking like thoughts or having concern about redundancy of ideas or whether they are legitimate solutions. You will take the time to sort through the ideas and select which ones might be worth pursuing later.
In order to brainstorm as successfully as possible, it’s important to:
Whatever leads you to the brink of change, taking the steps to refresh or reset your life can be daunting.
In this article, we share a few adult learning principles.
Depending on others is great, but depending on yourself? It’s priceless.
Lifelong learning, research shows, can make you richer, healthier, and happier.
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, up to 60 percent of men and 50 percent of women will experience a traumatic event at least once in their lives.
Time. We all have 168 hours a week. How we allocate that time is just as different and unique as we are as individuals.