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Sabiduría para la vida es la meta. Su busca es philo-sophia, trabajar juntos buscando la Sophia-Sapientia-Mahat que nos permita vivir más humanamente. Pero para lograr esta meta hay que saber aprender, es decir incorporar a la vida todo tipo de conocimientos a traves de la formación.
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10 Tips For Keeping Your Mental Health Positive - repost via Helen Woodley 

10 Tips For Keeping Your Mental Health Positive - repost via Helen Woodley  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
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Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Pyramid of Digital Needs may explain why you are scared of Facebook @fmheir #PrivacyAware 

Pyramid of Digital Needs may explain why you are scared of Facebook @fmheir #PrivacyAware  | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it

This post explores the pyramid of digital needs. Based on personal experience and observations, I describe what this hierarchy may be composed of, map technologies that support them, and offer an initial analysis of the impact on individuals and businesses.


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Our crowded, lengthy commutes are making us more lonely than ever

Our crowded, lengthy commutes are making us more lonely than ever | INTELIGENCIA GLOBAL | Scoop.it
Commuting can be bad for our health, whether it’s packed, delayed trains or mile-long traffic jams. It contributes to our anxiety, stress, and our waistlines. A recent study of British commuters found that even just a 20-minute increase in commute time is equivalent to getting a 19% pay cut for job satisfaction. Every extra minute spent travelling to and from work feels like a lifetime—and, unsurprisingly, increases strain on our wellbeing.
It’s also making us lonelier than ever.

Via John Evans