Shall I do “a year of draft writing”?
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How can we keep the curiosity active? Playing a musical instrument for the first time can be an exhilarating experience. Discovering the capability of producing the notes of those songs that we love is an…
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Can we brand a thinking process? Think about a toy brick, a 2-by-4 piece. It’s standard, created with high precision to respects specific dimensions, shapes and feature. Now think about what you can do with…
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We should accept ambiguity and multiplicity in defining our identity and our roles. They are fluid and in continuous mutation.
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These are checklists to make my learning workflow tangible.
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The value of personal notes is limited unless you are annotating for specific public.
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My greatest challenge is exactly this, going through the boredom of rereading a piece of text while looking for new insights
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Learning principles and concepts based on experience and rationality while finding new and useful connections.
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The experience I made in a technical field came useful today when I had to explain to a peer how to face a certain context. I realized I had a clear vision about the problem,…
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Until we won’t find a way to implant knowledge, we need to start from scratch for every human being. While this opens to evolution and progress it has also an enormous cost and a great…
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