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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

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

What caught my attention on weeks 30 and 31 of 2020.

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 ability to change your mind is proof you are capable of learning.” — @ValaAfshar

This is Summertime.

After being involved intensively over the past few months in the learning program and community management spaces I review, refine and recalibrate …

This is what caught my attention on week 21 of 2020.

People

“It is way too easy to forget to give credit to those people. It is way too easy to lose ourselves in our own immediate problems. Yet, it

Among a few other online communities, I am part of the 21st Century Explorers Remote Community, that is facilitated by Jillian Reilly from Antacara Frontiers. Every week we gather together over a live video call and via Connectle

What caught my attention on week 18 of 2020.

Learning now and in the long now is about widening interests, swimming in seas of signals, discovering mindsets – emerging in solo and networks.

Collaboration x Cooperation

“Had fun speaking at

Wrapping up the PKM Workshop

So, after 60 days the remote workshop ‘Personal Knowledge Mastery’ (PKM), that started on 13th January 2020, will close on 20th March.

I have enjoyed very much the learning experience, that was brought by …

At #LTFrance 2020

On February 5th and 6th, I spent few hours at the Learning Technologies France conference for the first time. As an attendee, I went to some conferences: one on workplace learning design, one on the impact of …

As I shape and refine my working/learning practices over the online workshop ‘Personal Knowledge Mastery’, I have also discovered a tool for sense-making, that Harold Jarche shares in this blog post: McLuhan’s media tetrad. New to me.

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