New month, new possibilities. When time allows, I share a curated post—the topic of July: six ways to start with art and heart for work, learning and leadership. Read on what caught my attention.

Artful

“art is a p(art) of

“Motivation often comes after starting, not before.

Action produces momentum.” — James Clear

 

“The walking experience dictates the ideas, which is what makes creative walks such a unique working adventure. The visuality of the mountain, the scene it sets,

Potential x Conversational

Distributed Work & Soft Skills

What are the predominant soft skills when working from anywhere, aka distributed work? This is a question we had in our Perpetual Beta Coffee Club at the end of Spring 2020. …

“My preferred term now is WFA — working from anywhere” @hjarche

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Foresight: “The ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge.” (Cambridge Online Dictionary) 

 

“What’s

“By default, when we embrace learning agility as a mindset, continuous learning at work becomes the norm. And with the twin challenges of both digitally turbocharged globalisation AND desperately needed economic recovery to navigate, we ALL need, as an imperative,

“The best way to uncover actionable insights is to catalyze more random collisions of unusual suspects. Make a #RCUS!” — @skap5

 

“Every combination of people in a group contributes to the greater dynamic. For a group to be

Podcasts I have heard. I will often update this page as I hear one podcast episode at a time. I organize my notes per theme/discipline I pay attention to. Discover more about how I learn on the go with podcast.…

What caught my attention on weeks 4 and 5 of 2021.

“In other words, the future of work isn’t so much about competing against the robots as it is about leveraging your human talents to do what the robots can’t.

RT @marciamarcia RT @tloh: “I don’t have one mentor. My network mentors me.” — Reid Hoffman, as quoted in @Forbes magazine” via @lehawes

What does an uplifting learning relationship/experience look like? I heard this week in the podcast ‘…

What caught my attention on week 3 of 2021.

“Brilliant! Sharing feedback shouldn’t be a ‘tell you’ process; but if it’s understood about sharing ideas together, maybe stimulating new ones, that could be a good thing. What it mustn’t be