I received this via email, and decided to post it here as a reminder.
1. Steve Jobs said: “Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower.”
Innovation has no limits. The only limit is your imagination. It’s time for you to begin thinking out of the box. If you are involved in a growing industry, think of ways to become more efficient; more customer friendly; and easier to do business with. If you are involved in a shrinking industry – get out of it quick and change before you become obsolete; out of work; or out of business. And remember that procrastination is not an option here. Start innovating now!
2. Steve Jobs said: “Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.” Continue reading 10 Golden Rules
My idea for 2009 was to have no new year’s resolutions, just a keyword for the year, #create. That didn’t work out too well, I can think of countless excuses, one being the birth of my daughter in Jan, which played havoc with the amount of free time I thought I may have. But the reality is that without clear goals, you’ll never accomplish much. So for 2010 I ‘ve decided to set clear goals, and make them public, so that I don’t have any excuses to back down on any of them. Continue reading 2010 – My goals
At the beginning of the year, instead of deciding on a stack of new-year’s resolutions, I decided on one keyword for the year. #create. Whether it be more blog posts, some awesome photos, usable applications in the public domain, website that people would actually want to visit/use. That was my motto for the year, to create more and consume less.
But I have to admit, it looks like I misinterpreted my keyword. I went for #procreate instead. Continue reading Misunderstood keyword
So, as promised, I've decided on the 5 topics I'll be focusing on for the next few months.
I'll start with the career based topics first:
Continue reading Focused learning – My topics for the next few months
I have realised in the last few months that the way that I gain knowledge has changed a lot since I started my career.
Continue reading The internet’s impact on gaining knowledge
Over the last few months I’ve come to the frightening realisation that I don’t know that much. Shocking I know, considering that I make a decent salary, have a good life, and seem to be doing my job pretty well.
Continue reading I know nothing – but learn a lot
Over the last few months I've been giving a lot of thought, and doing quite a bit of research on how to best teach my children. Number one is already in school, and number 2's arrival is imminent…
I found quite a few good tips tonight on Twitter, by Kathy Sierra. Continue reading The unspoken rules of teaching