Taken in St Austell Bay, on the 20/09/2013 at 19:07:25Hrs using a Nikon D3100 camera with a Tamron AF70-300mm F4-5.6 Di LD MACRO 1:2 lens. Click on IMAGE or press L to view on BLACK. Right click on IMAGE & choose ORIGINAL for more detail. Pirate Ship (Captain Sabertooth) FILMING in Charlestown,St Austell, for a new children's film. Captain Sabertooth is a fictional pirate from a series of popular Norwegian theatre plays for children.
Two million people have already found success using the Pomodoro Technique, and now it's easier than ever to put this time-honored classic to work for you too. This "deceptively simple" time‐management technique will show you how to structure your time, and order your tasks to reach maximum efficiency. It's your time, get the most out of it.
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On Tuesday, I asked here whether we should stop believing Malcolm Gladwell. I was commenting on a review (and subsequent blog post) of Gladwell's new book, David and Goliath, by Christopher F. Chabris, an author and neuroscientist at Union College in New York.
Gladwell responded to Chabris yesterday afternoon with a condescending, name-calling, self-defeating post in Slate that helps us answer that question.
The post says Chabris "should calm down," that his criticism is "not actually criticism; it is narcissism," and that he wishes Chabris could "come to a better appreciation of the narrative form." He accuses him of condescending to science popularizers, and says Chabris "is in no mood to be reasonable."
I could say more, but I think it's clear which one of them is in no mood to be reasonable. Gladwell didn't help himself with this post.
But the issues here are more important than the personalities. "The thing about narratives is that they often begin in one place and end in another," Gladwell writes. He's right--readers need to read to the end to get the point. And a good narrative won't let them quit until they do.
正如這篇文章裡所取樣的觀點顯示，這些學生對於世界變化似乎頗有看法。今年春天，哈佛管理學院畢業班同學邀請該學院教授克雷頓‧克里斯汀生（Clayton Christensen）為他們作演說。學生想知道的並不是如何把這位教授的所提原理或是思想運用在他們畢業後事業發展上，反而是如何將這些原理或思想運用在他們自己人生中。克里斯汀生教授與學生們分享一套如何幫助他發現生命意義的準則。雖然他這些思想來自於他虔誠宗教信仰，但我們相信對這所有人都可適用。也因此，我們請他也與哈佛商業評論的朋友一起分享。要知道更多克里斯汀生教授的作品，可到哈佛商業評論（Harvard Business Review）作者網頁。
"PEOPLE are experience rich and theory poor," the writer Malcolm Gladwell said in 2006.
While His books received high praise from ordinary readers, scientists believes that we should stop believing Malcolm Gladwell.
#2Learn #2Read #PDD #ConceptX #DigDeep
I am thinking about a new topic called Personal Development Design which aims to apply the Design Thinking method to the Personal Development field. This bag collects relevant personal development resources.
This original title of the bag was 2Read - Personal Development. I published this bag on May 20, 2013.
#PersonalDevelopment #PDD #Ideas