Like most Sunday mornings, Yvonne and I were blending reading, dog and cat snuggling, talking, and watching the CBS Sunday Morning show, when this segment featuring Keith Urban captured my attention. I’m a fan and was enjoying learning more about his childhood, career ups and downs, struggles with alcoholism, his view that life began with […]
Old Dog Learning, with Tom Collins > Help when you're feeling stuck
"Learning is the producer of growth and hence of real life ..."
– Lee Thayer
This old dog just keeps on learning and I love to pass it on. In fact, I've always found that I learn the most and learn it best when I'm trying to teach others.
So, let's help each other!
First step, let me know how I can help you. What do you want to learn more about? Leave a comment on any of my posts. Connect with me on Twitter, FB, LinkedIn, or email me directly (tom-at-olddoglearning.com).
Then, think about how you can contribute to helping others you'll be meeting here. Jump into the conversation. Recommend a relevant book, online course, or other resource we might want to explore.
In the letter Chris Guillebeau sent with my “uncorrected proof” copy of Born for This: How to Find the Work You were Meant to Do, he added this in a P.S. “As a special ‘pre-order bonus,’ the advance copy that you’re receiving includes several typos and poorly phrased sentences at no extra charge.” That fun approach […]
I recently came across a report from Forrester Research, The Creative Dividend: How Creativity Impacts Business Results. Pulling some of their data together with ideas I’ve been reading and thinking about, I made this infographic. One interesting recommendation in the Forrester report was to invest in creative collaboration with your customers. Examples included, bringing customers […]
Ever wish you could be both more productive in your work and more present in your relationships? I sure do! Listen as I talk with Jeremie Kubicek about some of the simple, but powerful concepts behind his upcoming book, 5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There Is Never Enough Time. See if you identify […]