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Extreme learning. Just do it. Fail. Fail better. Fail forward.

Extreme learning. Just do it. Fail. Fail better. Fail forward.

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The creative process and language learning

The creative process and language learning

Online facilitator and polyglot Ren茅 Nauheimer on how to set up a creative group process for success, and how the same techniques help with learning multiple languages

Ramses Oudt on learning new skills quickly

Ramses Oudt on learning new skills quickly

Interviewing PKM and community expert Ramses Oudt!

Learning is messy

Learning is messy

Professional learner Ramses Oudt explains why learning is inherently a messy process, which is why structures and consistent reflection need to always be in place to get the most out of learning.

Curiosity and active listening

Curiosity and active listening

Public Speaking can also be learned through active listening that is driven by our curiosity engine.

Using technology to deepen connections

Using technology to deepen connections

One of the best ways to accelerate learning is through the dual power of learning, using both the creative side and analytical side, as Elliot Lum explains, learning is not just rational, it's emotional. We can use technology wisely to deepen connections without becoming dependent upon it.

How to learn "people"

How to learn "people"

The key to learning people and emotional intelligence is empathy. The easiest way to build empathy according to Karaminder is by becoming very good at listening first.

Learning from the best

Learning from the best

To learn something new, Robbie Crabtree looks for people who are better or smarter than he is. Learning from people who are further ahead and going down rabbit holes is the best way to find out what works and what doesn't.. but it takes time!

How to remember your speeches

How to remember your speeches

Performative speaker Robbie Crabtree explains how he chunks things into blocks, resolves open loops, and adds musical notes to make his speech stick to his mind.

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