The Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter is out: what’s on your ‘not to do’ & ‘to done’ list?

This month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors e-newsletter focuses on some fabulous folks’ to-do lists & includes your very own printable to do list template.  (Not on the monthly e-newsletter mailing list?  Sign up for free here.)  This post is the 3rd in a series (the first one focused on to-do lists, the 2nd one focused on to-continue doing […]

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The Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter is out: what’s on your ‘to continue doing’ & ‘to stop doing’ list?

This month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors e-newsletter focuses on some fabulous folks’ to-do lists & includes your very own printable to do list template.  (Not on the monthly e-newsletter mailing list?  Sign up for free here.)  This post is the 2nd in a series (the first one focused on their to-do lists). Not familiar with the series?  Chances […]

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The Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter is out: 3rd annual To do, To done, To not do, To stop doing & To’odle compilation

This month’s Rock.Paper.Scissors e-newsletter focuses on some fabulous folks’ to-do lists & includes your very own printable to do list template.  (Not on the monthly e-newsletter mailing list?  Sign up for free here.) Chances are if I ask you what’s on your to-do list you’d grumble a bit & reach into your gray matter (or […]

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The Rock.Paper.Scissors newsletter is out: Resources for transforming workplace learning through Social Media

Want to focus on how you too can become a Social Media training space cowboy (we’re in the wild west of new galaxies here)? Check out the resources below from the latest Rock.Paper.Scissors e-newsletter which has a manifesto on how to be a space cowboy (aka how Social Media is transforming workplace learning): Jane Bozarth’s […]

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The psychology of email vrs twitter (or pigeons vrs eagles)

We’re really just trussed up pigeons you and I.  Yep, add a few feathers to our daily costumes and you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference between you and my fine feathered friends. Pigeons you see (pun intended) have terrible eyesight. Pigeons bob their heads to and fro, to create movement so they can […]

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Are you a Terrier or a Labrador puppy trainer?

Are you an experienced trainer, wannabe trainer or have just started dipping your toes into the world of training?  Either way you need to know if you’re a Terrier trainer or a Labrador puppy trainer.  Here’s how to tell: 1. If something’s not working in a training do you look at it as an opportunity […]

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7 automagical tips for bringing ease to your training

Have you ever spent more time preparing for a training than the actual training itself?  Have you ever gotten flustered mid-training because you realized you’d forgotten a critical handout or supply?  Ever do the same ol’ same ol’ training because it would take too much time to design something new? Training is both an art […]

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Kindness doesn’t have to be huge, hairy and hard to reach (or teach)

Some things are complicated.  Some things are complex.  Some things though are simple.  Deceptively simple. Like kindness. I love Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s Thought Bubble – Kindness video for that reason.  It’s not huge and hairy and hard to reach.  Rather it’s simple, soft and within our grasp.  It’s also easy to teach.  Kindness is the […]

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