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 →
Gardening might be a best teacher.
Seeds of cilantro for 1 dollar have taught me a lot and I totally underestimated the importance of gardening. Continue reading →
Can you imagine that a sport can unite a nation?
The other day, I wrote about some quotes of Nelson Mandela, ex-South African president who passed away recently. To be honest, however, I had little knowledge about him so I started to search materials on him. Voilà! I found a movie called “Invictus”.
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If you are a teacher with 30 students, but you can see only 20 of them for some reason, what would you do?
You will probably prepare your class and materials for 20 of them and other 10 are left behind.
Quotes of the famous persons are profound not only because of the words per se but also because of the actions accomplished by the person.