I have my goals, and I know what I’m searching for, but how do I know if I’m on the right path to get there?
You might be wondering how, or why, we’re partnering with the likes of Stanford’s d.school.
When you start focusing on opportunities and solutions, it becomes evident that the problem are actually much smaller than they’re made out to be. We live in a world of opportunity.
Sometimes, when you work at something grand, the most unlikely people will surface.
Around Ei we say, “Don’t try to be spectacular, just be helpful.” It’s not what you can get, it’s what you can give.
In a world saturated with talent and grit, how can one stand out?
Do what you can, with what you have, wherever you are, and then Google it.
Some people figure things out by speaking aloud, others by writing. Me? I think with my hands.
Learn how to ask yourself some good questions when you feel stuck.
The fact is, digital learning won’t take over because it is lacking one very important element—real connections