Contrary to popular belief, intelligence and talent are not the only factors in success.
Reflections from people learning to risk and risking to learn.
We only get one shot at this thing called life, so why not make the best of it?
When you have the chance to support someone, take it.
Keep an eye out for the silver lining, and an open mind to new possibilities.
If you’re in that uncomfortable pushing phase, you’re in good company.
“Experience may underpin all learning but it doesn’t always result in learning. We have to engage with the experience and reflect on what happened, how it happened, and why.”
Conversations spanned from Experiential learning in elementary schools to high-tech web applications that could align and match students with real-world experiences that fit their learning objectives.
You’re taking ownership of your learning, down to the nitty-gritty of who you want to learn from and assignments to take on.
A creative education can be achieved by all – no matter what you hope to study or how you want to affect the world.
To make the most of your own educational experience, develop a structure that will bring out your best.
Experiential learning outside the classroom is necessary
Schools kill creativity by offering a uniform learning experience.
If you’ve been following along, you know that the past eighteen months have been a whirlwind of taking good risks, building new relationships, and learning great things. It’s still hard to believe 2012 and my Leap Year are over. But, in several ways, it seems like things are just beginning. As you can tell, I’ve … Read More
There are many educational alternatives that have the potential to yield similar, if not greater, returns than the traditional MBA.
The first few steps into a new adventure are inevitably exciting.