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What caught my attention on week 38 of 2020.

Developing ourselves

“Train your mind to notice all your blessings.” — Michelle Maros
Mind training hat included — @simbeckhampson

 

“In an age of acceleration, nothing can be more exhilarating than going slow. And in an age of distraction, nothing is so luxurious as paying attention. And in an age of constant movement, nothing is so urgent as sitting still.” — @PicoIyer #SlowSocial

 

“Learning is different. Learning is something we get to do, it’s a dance, an embrace, a chance to turn on some lights. You don’t take a workshop. You are part of one.” — Seth Godin

 

“Social learning is the secret superpower of humans, so let’s master it #PKMastery” — @hjarche

Sensemaking

A team is not enough to connect to diversity and to enhance serendipity. To develop future skills and mindset for distributed work. Here comes networks and global communities in addition to work teams to make sense of the world collectively and on our own #PKMastery

Check out this Youtube show – Episode 17: The Virtual Excellence Show with Harold Jarche and Ross Dawson.

Enhancing Serendipity

Serendipity is about spotting, discussing, and connecting the dots. Interesting thoughts from the Curious Advantage podcast – episode 14 on curiosity and serendipity.

Let serendipity do its magic! Serendipity abounds.

Designing Futures

“The focus on metrics is killing organizations,” says @kaplandaniel with @jacquesbarcia IFTF #TYF2020, “and it’s killing any kind of MEANINGFUL change.” — @IFTF

From this webpage What happens next? by IFTF:

“In a globally connected and ecologically fragile world, we need to come to terms with the idea that we are not only in a state of mutual interdependence with each other but also with the natural world we inhabit.” — @mgorbis

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