What caught my attention on week 42 of 2020.

‘Environment now’ by The Guardian

“The Earth is changing faster than at any point in modern history as a result of human-caused global heating. From the mid-19th century, when we began

What caught my attention for week 41 of 2020.

Ingenuity

2021 will bring the Great American Pivoting by Gerd Leonhard

“(…) Americans will always pioneer at pretty much any cost; they will always look for something newer, faster and better,

What caught my attention for weeks 39 and 40.

Falling Masks

“Leaders, who dare to let their guard down and keep an open mind, are less fearful than those in rusty armours hiding behind the words of no, wait and

What caught my attention on week 38 of 2020.

“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.

When time allows, I share gems from my network and outside of it.

“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” — Kurt Vonnegut

Non-linear. Unknown. Infinite loops. Exploratory. Learning Curves. Entanglement.…

What caught my attention on week 36 of 2020.

“August closes. Summer gives way to Autumn. Abundance makes space for slow and steady closure. Preparation. To store the last flushes of growth energy. A final burst of wild fruits. Blackberries.

What caught my attention during weeks 34 and 35 of 2020.

Self-knowledge

“As long as the mind is moving, it is unable to accurately reflect the various aspects of the external world, just as a warped mirror cannot reflect objects

“With increased remote work, rise of gig-based economies, digital transformation and automation, the landscape of work has already started to change in a post COVID world. If the only thing that’s constant is change, skills are the currency that can

“Online learning should be fast, fun, crazy, unplanned, and inspirational. It should be provided by people who are more like DJs than television producers. It should move and swim, be ad hoc and on the fly. I wish educators could

Riding with Uncertainty

“You’re not alone in feeling uncertain. You’re not alone in feeling lost. You’re not alone with not knowing what to do next. It’s OK. Let’s take the first step and then the next step together… #GoTogether |