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What caught my attention on week 3 of 2021.

“Brilliant! Sharing feedback shouldn’t be a ‘tell you’ process; but if it’s understood about sharing ideas together, maybe stimulating new ones, that could be a good thing. What it mustn’t be

What caught my attention on week 1 of 2020.

Onwards

“We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” — Marshall McLuhan

 

“And ultimately, collapse is required for new growth and renewal.

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

What caught my attention on week 27 of 2020.

Work Challenges

Connect people with people, experiences and resources

Facilitate discovery

Energise people, focus them and enable them to succeed” — @PaulJocelyn

Music to my ears. Disconnect to connect. Connect …

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

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus

We have moved from Summertime to Autumn.

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Source: photo shot by moi during a stroll in Copenhagen, Denmark.

I am mulling over actions and deep thoughts …

“Education would be transformed if #learning how-to-learn was considered as important as what was to be learnt. To master the skills needed in the future, hand out fishing rods, not fish.” — @simbeckhampson

 

“Foreign experiences increase both cognitive flexibility

“Absorb what is useful. Discard what is not. Add what is uniquely your own.” – Bruce Lee

I am inquisitive about many interests and fields. To name a few ones: fashion, music, cities, photography, emerging technologies, holistic health, food, workplace …

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Source: visual created by @gapinvoid. “Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence”.

“Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last.”
– William Samuel Johnson

“One of our beliefs is that curiosity is an essential human quality.

The Neo-Generalist — Why & What

After I read the book, The Neo-Generalist, by Kenneth Mikkelsen and Richard Martin, thoughts, feelings, and stories shared resonate as I shift in a world of constant change.

A generalist has specialities