Tag: learning

My uncomfort zone challenge

My uncomfort zone challenge

Draw a circle on a piece of paper. Everything you’re experiencing in your life right now is probably taking place inside your comfort zone (your circle): the current tasks in your professional life, the state of your health, your fitness regime, your relationships and so much more. We tend to forget that discomfort, uncertainty and … Continue reading My uncomfort zone challenge

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Learning to love failure

Learning to love failure

Society has a taboo around failure. It’s fine to talk about once we’ve overcome it but when we’re in the thick pit of it, failure isn’t very romantic. It’s uncomfortable and it hurts. This week I went home to my family and friends, declaring that “I’ve failed.” Because my family and friends are the most … Continue reading Learning to love failure

Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?

Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?

I love learning and I love professional development (PD) opportunities. PD is an important part of any career path, but more importantly, it catalyses lifelong learning. Recently, I've been thinking a lot about how I seek, make sense and share my PD. Personal knowledge management (PKM) is a critical part of learning and PD, so … Continue reading Professional development: how do we seek, sense & share?