For years, Saturday Night Live viewers were entertained by the bearer of the most relevant news, Roseanne Roseannadanna. Portrayed by the incredible Gilda Radner, each week Roseann would read from a letter from Mr. Richard Feder of Fort Lee, New Jersey. Mr. Feder would always have a question for Roseann, which she would always misunderstand, misquote, or mishandle. Therein lied the humor. Decades before BLOGGING, Roseanne gave us the perfect… Read More »What’s All This Fuss About Air Solution?
In the past few weeks, I have had the pleasure of attending a few classes taught by several instructors. While it is usually me in the front of the room, I relish the opportunity to learn from my peers and observe their techniques. Over my lifetime, I have understood several lessons that have served me well in specific times: salespeople make the worst buyers, doctors make the worst patients and teachers… Read More »Teachers Make the Worst Students
The Campaign for Learning in the U.K. recently compiled research on an age-old topic: learning. Basically, the article was focused on sharing some statistics in order to get people to see the UP-side of learning. Some of the information they shared was: 95% of people think that learning about new things boosts your confidence. (National Adult Learning Survey, DfEE, 1998) I am guessing that every one of us could use a… Read More »Better Than Sex?