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What if you seek and focus on signals instead of going with the flow of information daily?

Spotting signals help you to focus on emerging trends, practices and realities. Like hunters or gemologists, you look for gems to collect, put

In the community of practice, Perpetual Beta Coffee Club, that is focused on work and learning, our facilitator Harold Jarche asked members to come prepared for our latest conversation with answers to three questions:

“What is the most important

What caught my attention on week 24 of 2020.

“When things are turbulent, we either need ‘Probe, Sense, Respond’ or ‘Act, Sense, Respond to create newness / innovation.” via @timkastelle

Add to that unlocking our learning potential :

“Learnability is

Curiosity

Thank you to Paul Simbeck-Hampson for sharing the resources below with me on Linkedin.

“Here is the visual summary of the latest podcast on sailing the 7Cs of Curiosity from the hashtag CuriousAdvantage book released earlier this week!

What caught my attention on the week 17 of 2020.

Uncertainty by Grant Snider

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On Uncertain Times & Deliberate Decision Making

I am mentioned in this blog post from Antacara Frontiers :

“On Tuesday 7th April we hosted another 21st

What caught my attention on week 13 of 2020.

Work & Learning

On learnability and work skills development:

“Younger employees may be comfortable with consumer social media but they may have not have used digital media for professional development. This

What caught my attention on week 12 of 2020.

“Seek: “You don’t know where the inspiration will come from & better to have a vague memory of something than being in ignorance.”

Sense: “Your notebooks will form the edge pieces.

In this blog post I ask myself:

What do your Modern Professional Learner and Designer’s Toolkit, Resources, Activities & Communities look like?

From time to time, I find that it is worthwhile to update and turn it into resources to …

“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

“Be present. Don’t worry about documenting the moment with your smartphone. Experience it yourself.” — David Carr, New York Time writer via Marcia Conner

I love going to an art exhibition in Paris. I enjoy riding my bike along the …