Monthly Archives: June 2013
Today, I find myself one day older and (hopefully, potentially) a day wiser. I won’t bet my car on the latter, but I think you get my point.
What makes today noteworthy isn’t today, but yesterday. Why yesterday?
Well, it’s because I had the opportunity to be a “Guide” for TFT13! 😀
I thought I’d take the opportunity to make a few notes about my experience of participating in TFT13, while the thoughts were still fresh in my mind.
Care to find out more? Good. Let’s go! 😉 Continue reading
In my last blog, where I wrote about the levels of learning, I talked about how different training tools and methods would be targeted at or useful for a given level of learning. In this post, I offered a way to better understand the nature of insight as:
Insight involves the grouping of perceptions into meaningful wholes.
This is a generally accepted view, but there is more to say about insight and learning. It’s perhaps an insight into insights…
Let’s have a look, OK? Good! 😉