Monthly Archives: October 2008

The Death of Education but the Dawn of Learning

This title is a quote from a you-tube video. Click here to watch it….I’ll wait! You’re back! So, what do you think? Have you started to notice trends of this in your workplace? I have, from the people born around … Continue reading

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My Mom is Wise

On LinkedIn the other day, Dan Galloway asked the question, ” If you were given just one opportunity to speak in front of hundreds of people, what three life lessons would you want the audience to embed in their brains? … Continue reading

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Learned more about Learning

I just finished ASTD’s conference, Telling Ain’t Training.  As usual, it was jam-packed with information, some of which I agreed with, and some of which I wasn’t too sure about. However, what is really interesting to me is the use … Continue reading

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Learning about Learning

I don’t know if I’ve told you, but I’m getting a Master’s Degree in Training and Development. One of the classes I’m taking this semester is Adult Learning Theory, and I just read the most fascinating article. It’s called Cognitive … Continue reading

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Purpose of This Blog

I just realized that I never told you why I’m writing this blog. I guess the easiest explanation is that it’s to introduce myself to the world! My name is Patricia Ransom, and I live in Chicago Illinois. I’m a trainer … Continue reading

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