Friday Finds | June 29, 2018

Looking for a previous edition? Check out the archives  Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world. — Gustave Flaubert Travelling is one of my very favorite things and I’m grateful for every opportunity I get to experience new places and make new friends. I’m super excited aboutContinue reading “Friday Finds | June 29, 2018”

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Friday Finds | May 25, 2018

“Teaching does not cause learning.” ~ Etienne Wenger  School’s out and we have a long holiday weekend here in the U.S. I’m excited to head off towards the beach later today. We’ll stop in the mountains to visit some friends and explore a little along the way. No matter where you’re heading or if you’reContinue reading “Friday Finds | May 25, 2018”

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5 More Great Books for Your Learning & Development Bookshelf

In case you missed it, Connie Malamed and JD Dillon both recently recommended 5 good books for Learning & Development pros. You should definitely slide over to their sites and check these out. Five New L&D Books To Check Out by Connie Malamed (@elearningcoach) 5 Must Reads for Modern Learning Pros by JD Dillon (@JD_Dillon)Continue reading “5 More Great Books for Your Learning & Development Bookshelf”

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Friday Finds | April 27, 2018

“If you never find aspects to improve, you’re probably not that interested in growing.” -Stefanie Flaxman I’m not sure what it is exactly but I’m super excited and happy this week! Maybe it is the fact that spring has brought warm weather or it could be the exciting things on the horizon – like theContinue reading “Friday Finds | April 27, 2018”

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Friday Finds | April 13, 2018

“A little learning is a dangerous thing ; Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring : There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, And drinking largely sobers us again.” -Alexander Pope While in Seattle earlier this week to lead an ATD Storyline Certificate course I got to check out some pretty cool things like theContinue reading “Friday Finds | April 13, 2018”

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Friday Finds | April 6, 2018

There are two ways that a human being can feel confidence. One is knowledge, and the other is ignorance.”  — Charles Darwin Whoever said that time goes faster the older you get sure was right. How in the heck is it already April? I’ll get to check out the experience of April showers in Seattle whileContinue reading “Friday Finds | April 6, 2018”

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Friday Finds | March 23, 2018

In every walk with nature ,one receives far more than he seeks. – John Muir Is your basketball bracket busted? Hello, UMBC! Knock on wood. Three of my Final Four picks are still alive. I hope that still holds after I get back from spring break in Yosemite. Regardless of how you’re doing in yourContinue reading “Friday Finds | March 23, 2018”

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Friday Finds | March 16, 2018

It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen. – John Wooden It is March Madness time here in the U.S. when lots of people are focused on basketball. If that’s not your thing or if you need something to make you feel better after your team loses, here are aContinue reading “Friday Finds | March 16, 2018”

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The Genius Learning Strategy of a Canadian Basketball Coach You Should Steal

I love basketball. When I was in college I played much more than I studied. (It wasn’t even close!) Now that I’m a parent, I’m having just as much fun, if not more, coaching my kids. For a learning nerd like me, there is an extra sense of pride when I see a player doContinue reading “The Genius Learning Strategy of a Canadian Basketball Coach You Should Steal”

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Friday Finds | March 9, 2018

“There are two powers in the world; one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two. There is a third power stronger than both, that of the women.” —Muhammad Ali Jinnah In honor of this week’s International Women’s Day, this week I’ve got aContinue reading “Friday Finds | March 9, 2018”

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