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How Do You Read A Book?

I had the chance recently to get away for a long weekend on the North Carolina coast. As always, one of the main attractions of this short break from the rat race was the opportunity to read. In a quiet,

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Self Education: Five Essential Sites

Big lists of free online courses, Web tools, learning games, and other resources for lifelong learners are relatively easy to find, but sites with a serious focus on helping people along the journey of

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The Three Essential Career Questions

Increasingly it seems to me there are really only three essential questions that drive a successful, fulfilling career: What do I really want to be great at? How can I be great at it? What am I willing

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10 Personal Favorites from the M2L Archives

Not too long ago I published the all-time top 10 posts on Mission to Learn based on the number of page views those posts have received. Getting a lot of page views is great – it means a lot of

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A Sense-full Approach to Learning

Guest post by Celisa Steele. “Up to your shoulder inside a cow, you feel the hot heavy squeeze of her, but I’ll never forget my startled delight the first time I withdrew my hand slowly and felt the

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Wrestlin' with making sense of it all. You?

If you are reading this, you are one of roughly 1400 subscribers (Thank you!) or one of the many others who stops each day. I’m really hoping you will take a minute to comment. I’d appreciate

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Wrestlin’ with making sense of it all. You?

If you are reading this, you are one of roughly 1400 subscribers (Thank you!) or one of the many others who stops each day. I’m really hoping you will take a minute to comment. I’d appreciate

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A Short Collection of Powerful But Under Appreciated Learning Strategies

As my recent post on reflection as a daily habit may suggest, I’ve been in a bit of a reflective mood lately, and one of the things on my mind is how I have tended to make the biggest learning “leaps”

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