by Kent Healy, 33 comments.
⇒23 Dec 2010
If you would have told me 5 years ago that too much learning could be detrimental, I would have sought the nearest soapbox to beam my message of opposition. But during these last two years, as I spent an increasing amount of time online, I’ve realized how a deep desire to learn (and even a unquenchable curiosity) can also be a liability. Read More →
by Kent Healy, 5 comments.
⇒10 Dec 2010
The sources of our greatest problems are two fold: 1) Lack of information and perhaps, most importantly, 2) Wrong information. Yet, here we are, supposedly the wittiest species on Earth making fundamental erroneous assumptions that undermine our ability to triumph over our more inherent human flaws. But ignorance need not be one of those flaws. Read More →
by Kent Healy, 16 comments.
⇒28 Aug 2010
Without imagination, we embark on a dangerous course of stagnation because knowledge in isolation, only reproduces past results (a rut many “knowledge-workers” fall victim of). Don’t undersell and under-utilize your natural creative potential to label yourself more comfortably as a “knowledge worker.” You are more than a informational regurgitator–and you need to be in order to increase your personal value in this new marketplace. In the future (which is upon us), creativity will be disproportionately rewarded. Read More →