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But It's Free!

Your boss sends you an email.  Within this email is a webinar that teaches you how to do your job more effectively.  You don’t have any pressing deadlines to meet.   255 more words

Strengthening Your Brand

Learned Resources

Last weekend I traveled to Lanesboro, MN for the town’s annual Rhubarb festival. I really didn’t have any plans to learn anything that had to do with my craft. 434 more words


The Learning Curve

I struggled with school as a child and I mean really, really struggled. There were short comings in my social cues and hindrance to my academic development, I became easily frustrated in the heat of misunderstanding and often acted out because of it. 445 more words


Passion? I don't think so!

Many yoga teachers seem to think that teaching good classes comes from their direct yoga experience and their passion for teaching. Which means that the more yoga I practice and the more passion I have for teaching, the better my class. 229 more words

Yoga Practice And Teaching

Continuous Education – Connect With John Chancellor!

The eighth (and often overlooked) Critical Skill is Continuous Education.
We live in an ever-changing world where significant and fast-paced developments in technology, world wide competition and demands for work place know how require us to adapt to these challenges simply in order to survive. 264 more words


Continued Education

Look up online courses on anything you want, be it a subject that complements your work (Introduction to Business for me), something that you feel you should know about (WordPress tutorials), or something fun that piques your interest (Art History!). 94 more words

When Learning at Work Becomes Overwhelming

A recent posting by David DeLong in the Harvard Business Review titled “When Learning at Work Becomes Overwhelming” addresses the problem of employee education in a world where technology is advancing at a rapid pace. 142 more words