We all have biases. (Even though we don’t think we do.) Not me you might be (still) thinking. (Hint: that’s a type of bias!) Or you might be saying to yourself, so what, no big deal. Big deal. Bias has a huge effect on how we think, how we act, and how we move … [Read more...] about Three types of bias you have and three ways to overcome them
What do you see when you’re looking at me? It’s a question I sometimes ask during my training workshops. The answers have been funny, poignant, and wildly off base. Someone once said I love hockey and another person said I love to iron. Hard no to both of those (even … [Read more...] about What do you see when you’re looking at me?
You’re an expert on your beloved subject matter. You care deeply about your topic. You want to start designing workshops around it but are stuck and stumped. You’re a tad overwhelmed with where to start because you’re not a teacher. Here is a simple tool to make your learning and teaching … [Read more...] about A simple tool to determine where your bias in learning and teaching lies and how to get around it
Are you facing a particularly pernicious problem? Banging your head against the wall in frustration because you’re stuck & stumped? Stay tuned for some ease & how to find a way forward …. using resources that are right in front of your nose. Plus I’ll follow-up next week & share … [Read more...] about How To Get Unstuck Thanks to Magical Kingdoms