Finally, I made my debut as an actor in Chile!!
This is a comedy video made by Wokitoki (Chilean institution which creates funny video weekly) to advertise a language institution “Education First” and to be honest, I was just asked to help a small part of this video.
Please watch out 3:40 when I appear.
What was I trying to say 30 seconds ago??
Yes, everyone forgets.
So what we do is to use one of the greatest innovations of human beings— “Note taking”
The questions I would like to address today is “What is note taking? When comparing the traditional (hand writing) and modern (typing) way, which one is better and why?
Ladies and gentlemen, tonight, I would like to show a great performance…
Here is a resume of Mr. applicant!!
The job application has something in common with other performances ranging from academic ones such as grant writing or presentation to artistic ones such as show performance or music concert. Those who present themselves well enough to attract audiences (recruiter, readers, listener, etc.) will win in the end.
A:Have you seen TED recently?
B: TED? …..Oh yeah, I know! That was a funny movie, right?
A: No, not that TED. I am talking about another TED, the web site of innovative presentations.
B: Oh, sorry. So why do you care about that TED?
A: Well, for me there are 3 reasons to watch TED.
B: 3 reasons? What are these?
How long does it take to lean something?
Several theories say that you need at least 10,000 hours to be an expert on that area, languages, playing instruments, cooking, whatever that is (if you learn for 1 hour/day, it takes more than 27 years…).
But for those who you don’t need to be an expert or can’t spend so much time, but still want to learn new skills, Josh Kaufman suggests that we need just 20 hours to learn. Continue reading