Issue 4 – October 8, 2020
Wise people have advocated for lifelong learning since time immemorial, but one of the exciting aspects of the concept in our current age is that people are living much
Issue 3 – September 17, 2020
If you are subscribed to this e-mail list, it’s a safe assumption that you are interested in learning. But how actively do you pursue learning? What’s your
Issue 2 – September 1, 2020
Why is it we engage in this whole pursuit of lifelong learning?
For most of us, at least some of the time, it may be “just because.” We’re curious.
For the individual lifelong learner, one of the greatest opportunities of our age is the sheer volume of content we now have access to through the Internet.
If we want to expand our knowledge on any
Issue 1 – August 10, 2020
I’ve become very irregular about sending out Mission to Learning e-mails. So, in case you are wondering how you ended up on the receiving end of this one, it is because
I’ve defined learning before as “…the lifelong process of transforming information and experience into knowledge, skills, behaviors, and attitudes.”
I stick by this definition, but I’ve also
I’ve written before about how to get the most out of a traditional face-to-face conference, but more and more people are seeing the benefit – and, in many cases, necessity – of attending
Perhaps most blatantly seen these days in our excessive consumption of information via the Internet. The constant clicking and needless mental processing doesn’t allow enough space