Welcome to 'Ken's Odds and Ends'. Click this link to go to my 'real' site.
Let me be the first to tell you that this "Odd's and Ends' site is not a polished Scoop.it Page. It is the 'waiting room' or 'overflow room' for my primary Scoop.it page which you can find here: http://www.scoop.it/t/new-media-technology
The focus of that site is New Media in Society, Business & Classrooms
This site reflects those interests as well as some other scoops that don't fit directly into nice little boxes under the 'new media' umbrella.
Ken Morrison's insight:
I am trying to streamline my primary site. Oddz and Endz is kind of an overflow of this original site but will have content that doesn't fit into nice little boxes under the 'New Media' flag
Many people don’t associate introversion with leadership, but quiet leadership is not an oxymoron. In research for my book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking,” I found many examples of powerful quiet leaders—from Rosa Parks to Steve Wozniak, Bill Gates to Mahatma Gandhi and Eleanor Roosevelt—who all succeeded as leaders because of their quiet temperament, not in spite of it.
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