Tag Archives: learning

Under the influence

Here is a great quote that falls into the category of “you are what you eat”. “What you pay attention to in the world is what you’re going to end up knowing”, from Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psycological Wealth, … Continue reading

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What do we know?

We know a lot about a lot of things. And if we choose, we can access more information about anything, sometimes more information than we can manage.  Some knowledge though can’t be found in an online search. When it comes … Continue reading

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Books for Dummies

A book search on Amazon revealed something I found to be quite insightful. There are 2179 Dummies book titles now in print! From Ukulele for Dummies to Windows for Dummies, chances are you can find a subject that you want … Continue reading

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Living your dash

Full credit to Tim Miles from his Daily Blur blog on this ‘make you stop and wonder’ moment. You know that little dash between your year of birth and death (xxxx – yyyy)? Are you living your dash? Are you … Continue reading

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Your reading list

Whether what you have read in the last year is a book that you held in your hands and actually turned the pages or one that you swiped your tablet screen to turn the page, could you make a list … Continue reading

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How to improve your golf game

If you are a “weekend warrior” and want to improve your game and the experience, there are only two things you need to know. That’s it, only two. 1. Take a lesson from a professional 2. Practice what you’ve learned … Continue reading

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Your body of knowledge

Your vast body of knowledge is built up by your life’s experience. I think this is the one way obesity is good!

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