The rise for data-driven results is causing a major shift in defining which skills are strategic to land a job. Let’s see how the most human capabilities can still have the upper hand against technical skills.
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Can we consider Schopenhauer a precursor in Psychology of Learning?
Did a pessimist set the basics for what is a modern approach to learning experiences? I brought back an old fellow: let’s look at it with the eyes of positive psychology.
Do you have a Critical Friend?
There is more to friendship that you think – and more to power of emotions in communication, when it comes to give feedback.
New Maieutic: something you need to know before reading my first book
This isn’t another book that tells you How to coach.
(Re)introducing Journaling (with perks) – Part 3/3
A final analysis of the various ways and reasons to keep diaries and their similarities with socials, based on some research around the web.
(Re)introducing Journaling (with perks) – Part 2/3
A journal can also be an activity to share with others – from many perspectives.
(Re)introducing Journaling (with perks) – Part 1/3
About the fascinating exercise of writing (or else) to yourself.
Engaging tactics to learn faster and get less bored
A glance at poor learning techniques and wrong motivations, and how to replace boring studying techniques according to a Nobel awarded scientist.
3 Good Reasons to start using your Imagination every day
Find clarity and purpose through the creative process and become the MacGyver in your field.
Why are we scared to embrace adventures?
Everyone’s most ancestral emotion – and some opportunities to break down our inner barriers to succeed in life.