- Surround yourself with people who care about you.*
- Do good work.
- Be kind and helpful.
Just do those three things and the influence — the influence that matters — will take care of itself.
[AS: *The first point one sounds a little like 'lock yourself in the echo chamber with the sycophants', but I'm sure that isn't what Mark intended. I'm therefore glossing this as 'Surround yourself with positive people who are making a difference and are committed to change for the better, just like you are.'
"Connectivism is *definitively* a learning theory, or more accurately, incorporates learning theories (specifically, theories about how connections are formed in networks). It suggests some teaching theories (I have capsulized them as 'to teach is to model and demonstrate' and suggested that connectivism argues for the creation of an immersive learning environment)."
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