Fixed mindsets aren’t always that obvious. Recently, I enrolled in a new course and struggled to make progress. After some reflection, I discovered I was getting in my own way of learning.
Every morning since moving to a seaside town in Ireland, I take a walk by the seaside and ask myself one question that unlocks breakthrough thinking.
Good habits were always a nice-to-have for me. Then I realized they could lay the groundwork for exponential growth if I set them with greater intention and desired outcomes.
For 20 years I have been chasing the perfect morning routine. Then I realized that I shouldn’t be working for my morning routine. Instead my morning routine should be working for me.
Just when you think you know all there is to know, it turns out there is so much more to discover and learn. Last year, I discovered the artisan world of champagne and there’s no turning back.
Sometimes I think back to all of the things I should have started or done earlier in life. It makes me wonder if it’s too late to start now. A walk by the seaside helped me have a breakthrough shift in my thinking about this.
Stepping into new roles with no experience is scary. One switch I made after 20 years taught me that reinvention was possible and exciting!
On this night where Portugal faced Lithuania in a Euro 2020 qualifying match, at 34 years old, Cristiano delivered one of the best performances of his national team career, scoring 4 goals. What makes his 4 goals even more important is the impact they will have for decades to come.
Startup Weekend EDU took over Florida International University and brought together one of the most diverse group of people to hack away at problems in education and learn how to take any idea from concept to creation. The weekend was nothing short of magical!
What if the problem has nothing to do with the teaching and learning of math? What if the problem is unrelated to math?