Humans are designed to learn. Learning can be fun. Just look at the popularity of television networks like Discovery Channel, Food Network, Travel Channel, HGTV, DIY Network, TLC, etc. Shows on these networks thrive because people want to learn. Through entertainment, these shows help people learn.
“I would rather entertain and . . . → Read More: Transformational Information
I recently attended an incredibly well delivered multi-day training program. It wasn’t so much that the content was well put together (but it was) or that the training team was engaging and dynamic (but they were), it was that they did the simple things that are easy to do but are rarely seen in . . . → Read More: Supercharged Learning
Now that spring is here, I like to clean up the yard, mow the lawn, edge the flowerbeds, and spread mulch. It is important to get everything cleaned up to make the yard look beautiful again while setting the stage for easy upkeep through the summer months. Before I can do any of this, . . . → Read More: Hand me that rake: Tools for results
Why do you read? Reading is for enjoyment, for entertainment, because it is required (for school or work). Reading is also for learning. Reading can change your life. Think hard about the last thing that you read. What have you done with what you learned?
Charlie “Tremendous” Jones (no relation) said, “You are . . . → Read More: Why read?