I’ve always had trouble with the traditional methods of learning: classroom approaches, study groups, and intensive memorization never really did much for me. But now I feel like I’m beginning to settle into a method that may work for me, and I’m interested in sharing it with all of you.
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Art as Inspiration, Art as Education
There are many different structures to art, whether it be music, film, games, or otherwise. But to an artist, each art form can have its own use — either as inspiration, or as education.
3 Tips for Developing a Positive Mindset
I’ve talked a lot in the past about how difficult yet vital it is to develop a positive growth mindset. At this point, I’m still not sure of a sure-fire way of developing one; but I’ve thought enough to think of three quick tips that might help anyone who’s interested in trying.
What the Book of Job Really Means
For the longest time, I never really understood why out of all of the Bible stories, you’re taught “The Book of Job” the most in English classes. It really didn’t seem any more special than any of the other stories from the book, and yet I must have been taught it at least three timesContinue reading “What the Book of Job Really Means”
Making Things 1% Better
I’ve talked a lot about the concepts of exponential growth and compound interest as it relates to a person’s learning and success. In this post, I wanted to elaborate a bit more on what I call the 1% rule.