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Lifelong Learning

MindShift on Twitter

“🔷 Risk taking 🔷 Humble self reflection 🔷 Openness to new ideas 🔷 Careful listening 🔷 Solicitation of opinions Sketchnote by @tnvora based on ideas by @JohnPKotter”

Deliberate Practice: What It Is, What It's Not, and How to Use It

Deliberate Practice: What It Is, What It's Not, and How to Use It

Regardless of where we choose to apply ourselves, deliberate practice can help us maximize our potential. Read this brief guide to learn more.

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Richard Feynman on Twitter: "The difference between information and knowledge:… "

Richard Feynman on Twitter

“The difference between information and knowledge:”

These Two Revision Strategies Can Prepare You For An Exam Much Better Than Just Restudying Your Notes – Research Digest

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These Two Revision Strategies Can Prepare You For An Exam Much Better Than Just Restudying Your Notes – Research Digest

Master Your “Body Clock” to Eat, Sleep, and Work More Efficiently

Master Your “Body Clock” to Eat, Sleep, and Work More Efficiently

Why are so many Olympic records broken in the afternoon? Does the body perform differently at this time of day than say, early morning? The team at social sharing app Buffer explains how to tap into your body's "clock" to find the optimal times for sleep, exercise, work, and more.

Learning new skills is one of the best ways to make yourself both marketable and happy, but actually doing so isn't as easy as it sounds. The science behind how we learn is the foundation for teaching yourself new skills. Here's what we know about learning a new skill.

The Science Behind How We Learn New Skills

Learning new skills is one of the best ways to make yourself both marketable and happy, but actually doing so isn't as easy as it sounds. The science behind how we learn is the foundation for teaching yourself new skills. Here's what we know about learning a new skill.

Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns

Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns

Lifelong Learning – 20 Lessons – QAspire by Tanmay Vora

Online Visual Thinking Workshop

Available in Online Coaching Format as well. Contact to enrol/know more. The challenge of our times: Our world is getting more and more complex Information overload is real, sense-making is hard. C...

Creating a Learning Organization: 10 Actions For a Leader – QAspire by Tanmay Vora

Creating a Learning Organization: 10 Actions For a Leader

Jack Welch said, “An organizations ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the greatest competitive advantage.” Continuous learning and its respective implementation t...

Social media is abuzz with stories of people learning new things to make the most of their time in isolation and distancing, which is great. But I feel that learning cannot be an event confined to ...

Lockdown Learning or Lifelong Learning?

Social media is abuzz with stories of people learning new things to make the most of their time in isolation and distancing, which is great. But I feel that learning cannot be an event confined to ...

Learning, the real learning, happens… When you are intentional about learning When you are driven by an intrinsic need to advance and not only by external triggers and rewards. When you ask more qu...

When Does Real Learning Happen?

Learning, the real learning, happens… When you are intentional about learning When you are driven by an intrinsic need to advance and not only by external triggers and rewards. When you ask more qu...

As someone who is committed to lifelong learning, I am very curious about how we learn (sketchnote here). We learn the most during our early years and observing/helping my own kids learn and explor...

How Our Brain Learns

As someone who is committed to lifelong learning, I am very curious about how we learn (sketchnote here). We learn the most during our early years and observing/helping my own kids learn and explor...

When our mind is like a mountain, it is nothing but a heap of fixed beliefs and knowledge that does not evolve. To have a mind like a valley, we need to pursue things with a sense of wonder, knowin...

In 100 Words: An Open Mind for Lifelong Learning

When our mind is like a mountain, it is nothing but a heap of fixed beliefs and knowledge that does not evolve. To have a mind like a valley, we need to pursue things with a sense of wonder, knowin...

Leadership in a connected world is a complex sport. Leaders risk relevance quite fast if they continue to operate in an isolated box within a tight hierarchy. When the complexity around us increase...

Social Media for Better Leadership and Learning

Leadership in a connected world is a complex sport. Leaders risk relevance quite fast if they continue to operate in an isolated box within a tight hierarchy. When the complexity around us increase...

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3L's of Self-Directed Learning: Insights from My TEDx Talk

I started 2019 by delivering a TEDx talk at TEDxGCET in Vallabh Vidyanagar. This post covers a few key insights extracted from the talk. Video to be posted soon. Formal education is a launch pad th...

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Taking Charge of YOUR Learning

Working with so many people, I have come to a rough observation that professionals broadly fall in two categories – ones that ‘have a plan’ around their learning pathways and the ones that don’t. W...

No significant learning happens only through consumption of insights. It happens when we act on what we learn, go through the experience, take risks and then develop insights through the lens of th...

Mental Habits that Support Lifelong Learning

No significant learning happens only through consumption of insights. It happens when we act on what we learn, go through the experience, take risks and then develop insights through the lens of th...

Personality Types

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Habits

9 Interesting TED Talks on Breaking Bad Habits & Forming Better Ones

Ready to form better habits? Check out these nine TED talks on creating new habits, breaking bad ones, and more.

Commonplace book

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Study skills

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38 Science-Backed Tricks to Sharpen Your Memory

Strengthening your brain is easier than you think.

Money

Kakeibo: The Japanese Budgeting System (with printables)

Kakeibo: The Japanese Budgeting System (with printables)

Kakeibo is a century-old Japanese budgeting system that emphasizes mindfulness and simplicity. Here's everything you want to know plus printables to get you started

From the May 6, 2020 issue of Further For most of us, the pandemic is a source of additional financial stress. I say “additional” because Gen X is used to being known as savings slackers, maybe due to our unique position of supporting both growing children and aging parents. That means worries about our family’s […]

Mind on Your Money, Money on Your Mind - Further

From the May 6, 2020 issue of Further For most of us, the pandemic is a source of additional financial stress. I say “additional” because Gen X is used to being known as savings slackers, maybe due to our unique position of supporting both growing children and aging parents. That means worries about our family’s […]

Goal setting and getting

How to Do Project Planning Like a Professional Organizer - The Organized Mama

The project plan methods used by professional organizers can easily be used in your home or office for project management, scheduling & more.

Language Learning

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MindShift on Twitter

“🔷 Risk taking 🔷 Humble self reflection 🔷 Openness to new ideas 🔷 Careful listening 🔷 Solicitation of opinions Sketchnote by @tnvora based on ideas by @JohnPKotter”

Deliberate Practice: What It Is, What It's Not, and How to Use It

Deliberate Practice: What It Is, What It's Not, and How to Use It

Regardless of where we choose to apply ourselves, deliberate practice can help us maximize our potential. Read this brief guide to learn more.

9 Interesting TED Talks on Breaking Bad Habits & Forming Better Ones

Ready to form better habits? Check out these nine TED talks on creating new habits, breaking bad ones, and more.

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Kakeibo: The Japanese Budgeting System (with printables)

Kakeibo: The Japanese Budgeting System (with printables)

Kakeibo is a century-old Japanese budgeting system that emphasizes mindfulness and simplicity. Here's everything you want to know plus printables to get you started

From the May 6, 2020 issue of Further For most of us, the pandemic is a source of additional financial stress. I say “additional” because Gen X is used to being known as savings slackers, maybe due to our unique position of supporting both growing children and aging parents. That means worries about our family’s […]

Mind on Your Money, Money on Your Mind - Further

From the May 6, 2020 issue of Further For most of us, the pandemic is a source of additional financial stress. I say “additional” because Gen X is used to being known as savings slackers, maybe due to our unique position of supporting both growing children and aging parents. That means worries about our family’s […]

Richard Feynman on Twitter: "The difference between information and knowledge:… "

Richard Feynman on Twitter

“The difference between information and knowledge:”

These Two Revision Strategies Can Prepare You For An Exam Much Better Than Just Restudying Your Notes – Research Digest

WordPress.com

These Two Revision Strategies Can Prepare You For An Exam Much Better Than Just Restudying Your Notes – Research Digest

Master Your “Body Clock” to Eat, Sleep, and Work More Efficiently

Master Your “Body Clock” to Eat, Sleep, and Work More Efficiently

Why are so many Olympic records broken in the afternoon? Does the body perform differently at this time of day than say, early morning? The team at social sharing app Buffer explains how to tap into your body's "clock" to find the optimal times for sleep, exercise, work, and more.

Learning new skills is one of the best ways to make yourself both marketable and happy, but actually doing so isn't as easy as it sounds. The science behind how we learn is the foundation for teaching yourself new skills. Here's what we know about learning a new skill.

The Science Behind How We Learn New Skills

Learning new skills is one of the best ways to make yourself both marketable and happy, but actually doing so isn't as easy as it sounds. The science behind how we learn is the foundation for teaching yourself new skills. Here's what we know about learning a new skill.

Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns

Six Things You Should Know About How Your Brain Learns

Lifelong Learning – 20 Lessons – QAspire by Tanmay Vora

Online Visual Thinking Workshop

Available in Online Coaching Format as well. Contact to enrol/know more. The challenge of our times: Our world is getting more and more complex Information overload is real, sense-making is hard. C...

Creating a Learning Organization: 10 Actions For a Leader – QAspire by Tanmay Vora

Creating a Learning Organization: 10 Actions For a Leader

Jack Welch said, “An organizations ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the greatest competitive advantage.” Continuous learning and its respective implementation t...

Social media is abuzz with stories of people learning new things to make the most of their time in isolation and distancing, which is great. But I feel that learning cannot be an event confined to ...

Lockdown Learning or Lifelong Learning?

Social media is abuzz with stories of people learning new things to make the most of their time in isolation and distancing, which is great. But I feel that learning cannot be an event confined to ...

Learning, the real learning, happens… When you are intentional about learning When you are driven by an intrinsic need to advance and not only by external triggers and rewards. When you ask more qu...

When Does Real Learning Happen?

Learning, the real learning, happens… When you are intentional about learning When you are driven by an intrinsic need to advance and not only by external triggers and rewards. When you ask more qu...

As someone who is committed to lifelong learning, I am very curious about how we learn (sketchnote here). We learn the most during our early years and observing/helping my own kids learn and explor...

How Our Brain Learns

As someone who is committed to lifelong learning, I am very curious about how we learn (sketchnote here). We learn the most during our early years and observing/helping my own kids learn and explor...