Monthly Archives: May 2014

Inspiration is EVERYWHERE!

Right now I’m in the Disney Family museum in San Francisco. Blog post coming soon about Walt Disney’s advocation of music, tempo, sound, color in storytelling. And wait until you see the flowchart! Nothing linear. He was doing social learning/creation … Continue reading

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How I Learned that Shannon Tipton is AMAZING at Feedback!

I used to work for Shannon Tipton. On Twitter I called her #BossLady. Although it was a brutal commute – over 50 miles each way – it was worth every hour spent on the Chicago roadways. I wasn’t kidding about … Continue reading

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Showing My Work: The Ugly

I train customers on our products. We do this by providing elearning followed by a facilitated virtual classroom. Last week I got my first HORRIBLE reviews on my facilitation skills. I know, it happens. I ask you, who wants to … Continue reading

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How I Learned a FOURTH Unexpected Reason to Submit a Speaking Proposal

The inspiration for this post is David Kelly of the eLearning Guild and his blog post,  Three Unexpected Reasons to Submit a Speaking Proposal. It made me mutter aloud to myself as I was reading it. You see, I recently … Continue reading

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How I Resuscitated my J Key

A couple of days ago I posted that I killed my j key. Several people have asked how I fixed it.

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