I noticed an interesting article about communication in the workplace, but I don’t think there is an ideal level of communication for everyone involved in every situation.
I continue to see bad presentations everywhere I go and sometime I just want to reach out and help the presenter improve, but I know everyone is not open to it. I know there are a lot out there, including a book series which I own, Presentation Zen, but I recently came across another article […]
Lifehacker is one of the RSS feeds I review on a daily basis. Most of the articles are pretty good, but today I found two which really hit home. They reflect some of the philosophies I attempt to follow in my life, How to be happy and how to overcome negative feelings.
Since I work in and am interested in Distance Learning, This Infographic was interesting to me, especially the part about “What does it take to succeed online”.
I found an interesting diagram/graphic which helps you decide what type of chart to use based on what information your want to convey. choosing_a_good_chart2
I always knew there was the Project Management Institute and the PMIBOK which needs to be purchased, but I just heard about the SEBoK (Systems Engineering Book) which is free and open to the world.
A philosophy I’ve always held has been validated: If someone is mean to me I assume they are the one with the issue, not me, and I try to feel sorry for them instead of being angry. The validation came from the Nonviolent Communication organization.
I got a graphic from a talk that I thought was interesting. It was about the keys to success. As I stumble across more of these types of things the more commonality I find in that you should do the things you are passionate about.
A very interesting idea in this Ted Talk.
I like to read each day’s Calvin and Hobbes, this one resonates with me. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like I can embed the comic, but here is a link.