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My Personal Goal Getting Story

One of the most intriguing topic in the area of personal development is Goal Setting. A few years back, I found a story on the importance of proper goal setting and goal management. A well-known U.S. Decathlete and Olympic gold medalist, Bruce Jenner, was speaking to a roomful of Olympic hopefuls. He asked if they’ve
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Why You Need  To Be Successful

“I am just a technician. Being a success is really beyond me” “As a janitor (cleaner), there is no such thing as success” These are some of the more common comments I hear during those days when I was conducting Employability Skills training. Even my fellow trainers and my mentor, received their fair share of
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Using QR Code As Part Of Your Staff Training Activity

It was 1st April 2015 when I first created this video. At that time, I had another website advocating learner centered instruction but it was not well received. Nevertheless, the videos stayed online and I hope it can continue to be some form of resource on way or another. This activity is nothing high tech
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Using Whiteboard Videos As A Training Tool

Have you seen or heard about a whiteboard video? The one that shows a hand writing or doodling throughout the video? One of the first whiteboard videos that I came across was way back in 2010. It was titled “Where Good Ideas Come From” by Steven Johnson. I was intrigued by how this simple animation,
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3 Lessons From Repairing My Own Iphone 4

I don’t really consider myself a minimalist but I don’t really buy what I don’t really need. End of the year 2010, I bought an iPhone 4 when my Nokia 5800, which I have been using since 2008, decided to stop functioning. I used my iPhone 4 for almost everything, almost like a swiss army knife.
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That Goose & Golden Eggs Story..

One of the reasons I strongly recommend reading Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is really because it is easy to read and he makes use of basic analogy to drive his point across. The stories he used in his book are not totally new, or at least not to me. But he shared it
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It was a cool Wednesday morning and Teachers’ Day was just over last week. I thought nothing will be more apt than to write a little bit on Gratitude. If you have read books on personal development, goal setting and positive mindset etc, you will find this to be one of the most common topics
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Shoutout To My Teachers & Mentors

Being an educator is no easy feat. You need to work with difficult students at times, deal with difficult parents who thinks the world revolve around them and at times, they played the roles of caretakers of students. Tomorrow, most schools will be celebrating teachers’ day so I thought doing up an appreciation video might be
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That Woodcutter Story...

Have you heard about that woodcutter story? If you have, what are some of the life’s lessons you have drawn from that? That woodcutter story is closer to our lives than we think. So let’s take a look at that story again..     This is a story of a young and driven woodcutter.. Once
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NBC's The A Team

In the 80s, I found a couple of television series that became my all-time favourite. It was my first exposure to the concept of creativity. The first one was the A-Team, featuring; Mr T as Sergeant B.A. Baracus – The muscle of the group and a mechanical genius. Dirk Benedict as Lt. Templeton ‘Faceman’ Peck
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