In education one of the most important aspects of being a teacher is self-reflection. Self-reflection in education is looking at yourself and your practice with the view of considering what you are doing, the effectiveness of what you are doing, and planning what you can do in the future to improve your teaching.
Popularly known as the ‘Father of the Digital World’, Steve Jobs was a legendary figure and a master of innovation. The computer genius revolutionized the tech world in every possible way with his mind-blowing innovations and discoveries.
You have got a pretty good product. You have a great team that is putting meticulous efforts in marketing to take your brand to the next level. But, nothing seems to be working out correctly. You don’t really understand what’s wrong with your strategies. The following article will answer this question for you. Let’s go back a little. For a few seconds let's forget about all this and put yourself in the customer’s shoes. Now think like a customer - does your online content or marketing content leave an instant impression? Chances are the answer is going to be a NO.
In 1911, the notable Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter said that innovation is the industrial exploitation of inventions, their development and economic scope. Still valuable today, this definition clearly shows that while the invention is necessary in the innovation process, it is not the innovation.
He's a bad boss, bad to the bone.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy are you with your current life? Is it what you’ve always imagined it to be? If your answer is no, then why? It’s your life, you should be in charge of it. Always remember that life is what 10% happens to you and 90% how you react to it.
First of all, I was recently shocked reading that we could be screwed with a major climate report outlining a planetary crisis by 2040. To add insult to injury, we have supposed leaders of the free world who still call climate change a debatable issue.