I look back to look forward. 2020: what came together? What didn’t? What are my moments of change, and ripples?


I kicked started the year with my participation in the Personal Knowledge Mastery Workshop brought by Harold Jarche.

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

I dived deep into holistic health in a previous post. Noticing ourselves helps us to wire ourselves on different levels. Below is what I sketched while doing a guided exercise on self-awareness ‘Head Heart Gut’ during a 21st Century

“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 co-creating and enacting a learning community and program specialised in soft skills, …

Exploring Holistic Health

My interest at the intersection of learning and health has followed me over the years as a networked learner and perhaps as an explorer of holistic health. In the context of my engagement in the 21st Century

Wrapping up the PKM Workshop

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

I have enjoyed the learning experience very much, which was brought by Harold

As we are heading toward the end of the year, I use another way to review 2019 and recalibrate for 2020 and beyond. This time, I use an oldie I published in 2017 to become a modern professional learner

Think of your work as a flow from which you can add your own unique insights that only you have because you bring completely different approaches, questions and considerations than others. By talking to your peers, opportunities emerge

Resources I Use

In this blog post, I ask myself: what do your modern professional learner and designer’s toolkit, resources, activities and communities look like? From time to time, I find it worthwhile to update and turn it into …

“You must be shapeless, formless, like water. When you pour water in a cup, it becomes the cup. When you pour water in a bottle, it becomes the bottle. When you pour water in a teapot, it becomes the teapot.