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Catherine Nicholson dispels some of the myths surrounding virtual training

I’ve been interested in virtual training since the early days of Webex. The game has changed in the virtual training space and I was curious to know from someone who does a lot of training in this space, what is the field of virtual training like these days. Catherine Nicholson of The Virtual Training Team was kind …

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The happiness pill

‪I’ve been exploring this week the various angles we use to wiggle our way into happiness and try to create a system that makes happiness a constant instead of the variable that it is. ‬

Emotions

This week, I’ve been working on a piece of self-paced e-learning for parents of children with special needs with my good friend Aimee Mann of Aimee Mann Mentoring. The e-course is called Getting Your Voice Heard. It’s a workshop she runs in physical space and is now converting it into an online format in order …

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Dopamine tastes good

“I wish the real world would stop hassling me.” – Matchbox Twenty Ok, here’s goes the start of my 30-day blogging challenge. Why? For no reason other than wanting to start daily blogging again. I miss it as a platform for keeping up with myself. Like the old days. Plus I was inspired by Seth godin’s post yesterday. …

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