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Explain Pain

I’ve been lucky to have had the opportunity in participating in an Explain Pain seminar this weekend, presented by Ben Davies (not the football player), a pain specialist with excellent presentation skills and a vast knowledge. 950 more words

Mourning the loss of Stephen Hawking at the Intersection my Heart, Logic and work at Harvard

Stephen Hawking, visionary physicist and humanitarian, has died at the age of 76. I am taking pause to remember his life and the brief time I spent with him while working at Harvard Physics. 1,166 more words

Making time for continued education as a business owner

Every business owner, particularly when they’re just starting out, has to fill a number of different roles. Education has been a big reason for many entrepreneur’s initial success, but once their company is up and running, it can be hard for business owners to find the time for topping up and fortifying their education. 373 more words

Courses

The Importance of Continuing Education

Once you hit your twenties, it seems like you’ve spent your entire life in a classroom. From grade school to high school, and finally, college or a graduate program. 374 more words

Cliff Davis

My experience with Coursera

I got to know about MOOC (Massive Online Open Courses) around middle of 2013. I stumbled upon the eDX website. I started by undergoing a course on Statistics. 161 more words

Reading, Working, Learning

My cravings for more and more information paused my blogs. I’ve also been busy working, but not enough. It’s not enough because I haven’t been here telling everyone what I’m learning, which I regard as a job just as important as my money-maker. 620 more words

Out Of The Office

FutureLearn

I had an exciting four weeks participating in the FREE Start Writing Fiction Course given by FutureLearn. The lessons were provided for you to partake at your leisure and it was nice to be able to obtain feedback from an exciting and diverse group of people. 178 more words