21st Century Teaching–a Learning Renaissance

“He took pride in that his lack of formal schooling led him to be a disciple of experience and experiment. ‘Leonardo da Vinci, disscepolo della sperientia,’ he once signed himself. This freethinking attitude saved him from being an acolyte of traditional thinking … His lack of reverence for authority and his willingness to challenge received

What talent shortage?

Talent Shortage. It’s the latest catch phrase in the marketplace, and it is segment agnostic. Content industry talent shortage. IT talent shortage. Cybersecurity talent shortage. Top talent shortage. Everyone is talking about it. Well, I hate to burst this trendy bubble, but I have news for you … I, personally, grew my small business last year from a one-person

Exert. Rest. Repeat.

“An object in motion stays in motion…” It’s Newton’s first law: Physics 101, and it’s on my mind this morning. I’m not sure about you, but I haven’t thought about physics in at least two decades. Probably more. However, those seven words from way back when seem relevant today, and they had me scouring the

Make yourself irreplaceable

“Everyone is replaceable.” This is not my favorite quote to hear as a contractor … especially when it is coming from the member of my client’s team who controls the budget and has every intention of replacing me. (Every year. Like clockwork.) After nearly two decades in the business, I would be lying if I