There’s a great article published by The Atlantic in 2017 that talks about the “why” of cooking. John Pinsker suggests that even though recipes are a wonderfully effective way to approximate a dish, it’s a shame that they’ve become the standard way of learning to...
It’s clearer now, perhaps more than ever, that traditional training is ineffective. The traditional training approach is – write a book, start a training company, build learning that considers the model is the answer and then require participants to sit, listen and...
By now we’re all tired of the word “unprecedented” even though it’s arguably the best way to describe what’s happening in the world right now. For those of us for whom remote, freelance work was already how we earned our keep, this is par for the course. We are no...
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