It is generally accepted that the older we get the cleverer we become when it comes to problem solving but new research may mean that we need to rethink what we have already learned and perhaps it may be more effective to take some lessons from four year olds if we want to become successful problem … [Read More...]
Improve your problem solving skills by doing mental exercises and learning new things! People with strong problem solving skills are more successful in their personal and professional lives. Regardless of your job or industry, showing effective problem solving skills can help you climb the career … [Read More...]
What is problem solving and how can it help you? This mental process involves discovering, analyzing, and solving problems. Thanks to this skill, you can solve everyday problems and overcome obstacles. The ultimate goal of problem solving is to reach a solution. People with strong critical thinking … [Read More...]
When it comes to problem solving often some of the best methods can found within nature and now graduates have found a way to mimic the problem solving ways of termites with their very own little robots.
The project, which was describe in Science, involved the graduates from Harvard University … [Read More...]
Recently I tried to publish some fiction.
That has be an on-going side project for me for sometime. When I started trying to do it, earlier, I tried to write like Stephen King because I love his work. Then I read a lot and tried to write like them. My words came out, went around, turned a corner … [Read More...]
This song and the subsequent reuse of it in the Deltron Classic prompted me to write this post. For those of us who have some kind of sadness in us, a black dog, or something that grows that we can't explain know that the choices we make often are framed by this darkness. Paul Feyerabend talked … [Read More...]
I managed this week to hold it together in a way that I normally don't during week 7. Week 7 is the week, for me at least, where you sit there and reflect on the progress of the semester and ask yourself: what is happening? Oh my GOD it's week 7! Somehow I find the halfway mark daunting because … [Read More...]
Recently I have started thinking about the problem of potential. I was reading a book by Mark Virkler when I had a thought: potential is something that is physical energy. I know that is not exactly an academic thought but it sat with me just the same. I have to explain the pathway first.
1. I am a … [Read More...]
I was approached by a dude on the streets of Hong Kong not too long ago who wanted to read my palms. If you have seen my hands lately you will know that he is a brave man. I was looking puzzled at him as he ploughed through his 'bait and switch' routine. I was suprised when he ran away after I … [Read More...]