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On Tall Towers, and my second week as a Clinical Clerk (Part 2/2)

Today’s clinic is running behind. The same manila folder has been sitting on the desk for over an hour. In a waiting room somewhere around the corner, a patient has been waiting for over an hour. 1,437 more words


The End Game for Collaboration #FutureofWork

Innovation comes from giving teams space, some constraints, and a bit of time pressure

Author: Matt Ballantine | CIO

The long history of business IT has been one focused on efficiency and optimisation. 381 more words

Future Of Work

The Longest Day

The past three weeks have been filled with long and happy days as I have entertained family and friends who came for my daughter’s wedding, and stayed a while.   818 more words

Piece of Advice for My Daughter

My friend Crina was sharing a lovely blog with me in which a mother gave her daughter 32 principles or lessons on life as she is moving out to go to school. 539 more words

Life Coaching

Steven Strogatz talking about feeling dumb for not solving something fast!

Just catching up on some blog reading and came (via Sue) across Steven Strogatz writing about training to use inquiry-based learning in his class for the first time and feeling embarrassed when he couldn’t solve something as fast as his colleagues! 17 more words

Math Education

When Time Stood Still

So we waited. Under the tree by the soccer field. We were on time, well, we were there when we were told it would start. But nothing was happening. 1,316 more words

The Kingdom

How To Pray

Be still and know that I am God.  Psalm 46:10

My youngest recently graduated from High School, and the Baccalaureate and Commencement ceremonies have made me think for a couple of weeks about what I would say to graduates in one of the greatest transitions of life.  959 more words