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Motivated, inspired via a "think board" ~ Learning to Learn

Motivated, inspired via a "think board" ~ Learning to Learn | Agile Learning | Scoop.it

Luck is occasional but intent lasts forever.

   
What started as a single post-it on [the authors] cubicle wall has organically grown, like an idea-amoeba, into a wide-spread reference wall filled with 41 quotes, business techniques, executive sayings, and original diction.

    

Having tracked and physically “favorited” innovative and creative insights over the past two years, I have developed a quick-reference chart to continually motivate my work output while adding a comforting change of pace for my vision to wander during those much needed breaks.

   

ScoopIt's Note: This is a guest post for the #learningtolearn series. Finding and collecting inspiration from unexpected places is an integral part of staying motivated and expanding the scope of your knowledge.


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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

Vision boards are making the rounds in entrepreneurial business.  Why not "learning to learn" think boards on one of ScoopIt's own curation blogs.  

Hmmm, add some color post-its for colleague to add their idea, and the local inspiration could be even more fun. ~  D

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Pinterest Drives More Traffic Than Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn Combined [STUDY]

Pinterest Drives More Traffic Than Google+, YouTube and LinkedIn Combined [STUDY] | Agile Learning | Scoop.it
Pinterest now beats YouTube, Reddit, Google+, LinkedIn and MySpace for percentage of total referral traffic in January.


Wow!  Pinterest is growing like gangbusters, like an 8000% increase, (another Pinterest post in my Peer/Social Learning & Curation stream here.)   It remains to be seen what that means for the company and it's sustainability.


  • Pinterest has pulled quite a bit of attention away from Facebook. From Oct. 2010 to Oct. 2011, the site grew from 40,000 to 3.2 million monthly unique visitors.  That’s 8,000%.   Source:  All Techie News


Excerpts from Mashable:


The darling network of brides-to-be, fashionistas and budding bakers now beats YouTube, Reddit, Google+, LinkedIn and MySpace for percentage of total referral traffic in January, according to a Shareaholic study.


Pinterest accounted for 3.6% of referral traffic, while Twitter just barely edged ahead of the newcomer, accounting for 3.61% of referral traffic. In July 2011, Pinterest accounted for just 0.17% of referral traffic, proving the site’s blockbuster growth.

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