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Unlearn to learn. To make room for new learning, you have to unlearn first.

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If a prospective employer searched for your name, what might they find? And is there anything on Facebook or Twitter you wouldn’t want your future boss to see?

It’s a slightly scary thought, but any thoughts or opinions you put online could be there forever. 

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Shallow breathing or breath holding while writing an email, or while working or playing in front of a screen.

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The act of snubbing someone in a social setting by looking at your phone instead of paying attention.

Term coined as part of a campaign by Macquarie an advertising agency behind the campaign - McCann Melbourne - invited a number of lexicographers, authors, and poets to coin a neologism to describe the behaviour.
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Information is beautiful. Use art forms to represent data.

Filter the world’s data, information and knowledge into beautiful, interesting and, above all, useful visuals, infographics and diagrams. 


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Entrepreneur trying things out in a more fluid, risk-friendly and open-source approach to testing new products.

They launch ideas in 'beta' model and wouldn't spend time planning like the traditional entrepreneur.  If they wanted to do a restaurant, they would do a pop-up. 

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The ideal worker is also “Transdisciplinarity-shaped”. He brings a deep understanding of at least one field, but has the capacity to speak the language of a broader range of disciplines. This requires a sense of curiosity and a willingness to go on learning far beyond the years of formal education. Extended life spans promote multiple careers and exposure to more industries and disciplines.

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I play, therefore I learn. When we play and enjoy we are more receptive to learning.

"Playing only half an hour with one person, we can find more than in a year of conversation" Platon 

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If we define the Game Generation as that which grew up playing video games, it is estimated that this generation is more than 90 million people strong—ONLY in the United States! Their brains are wired differently.

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