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What caught my attention on week 22 of 2020.

On Kindness

HT @simbeckhampson

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It is always so fun and insightful to meet up with Paul Simbeck-Hampson who is a kind and classy coach, friend and learning partner over years. This …

As I have dived into few resources on distributed work and remote learning from my network, I thought it can be useful to share few tips on facilitating online meetings from master online facilitators such as Nancy White and from …

From my weekly newsletters / curated blog posts, I have reviewed the crème de la crème of insights from my network and moi in 2019.

“We are surfers exploring the present, riding waves generated in the past and curious

“The essence of social #learning is to find authentic sources created with the spirit of a nuanced and collective exploration and stay away from sound bites. http://qaspire.com/2018/10/29/on-learning-slowly #slowmedia #slowlearning cc: @rotanarotana @elsua #fb” — @tnvora

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On Caring

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Here are the resources to imagine a bright future and our ability to learn together. Selected by moi for the week 30th September to 6th October 2019.

“Go deep into yourself (i.e. the heart region) and aspire steadily.” — @fer_ananda

“Get some fresh air, and go outdoors to run, walk and exercise. Move your muscles and get your blood pumping. Do so without bringing your phone along — just enjoy the symphony of nature ringing in your ears.

Switch your

Source: a sketch on questioning created by Grant Snider shared on his Twitter stream.

On Caring, Conversations & Curiosity

“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” – Napoleon Hill via