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Tools for awakening from ancient egypt, sufism, indy
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21st Century Skills Definition

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The term 21st century skills refers to a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits that are believed—by educators, school reformers, college professors, employers, and others—to be critically important to success in today’s...
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What Did Einstein Know About Knowledge Management?

What Did Einstein Know About Knowledge Management? | Pathway of wises | Scoop.it
Quite a lot, it appears!

 

Here are Chris Collison's  top ten favourite "Einstein on KM" quotes, which he has roughly curated into a journey from information to knowledge, through to learning and simplicity, experimentation, failure, curiosity and imagination…


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La gestion des connaissances vue à travers des citations d'Einstein !

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A working life: The voice coach

A working life: The voice coach | Pathway of wises | Scoop.it
From actors to execs, Patsy Rodenburg's mantra of psychology and Shakespeare helps them to master the power of speech...

"The voice encompasses so many things," she says. "Everyone comes on to the planet with a fantastic voice, but people lose it. The voice is about communicating, engaging, how you show yourself, how you speak, how you listen."

She gives a quick overview of her concept of "the three circles of energy". The first is where a person withdraws into the self. The opposite is the third circle, the loud and boorish. The second circle is the ideal state, where a person's energy is focused.

"It moves out towards the object of your attention, touches it then receives energy back from it," she explains in her book, Presence. "You are living a two-way street – you reach out and touch an energy outside your own, then receive energy back."


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