Did you know Leonardo was an illegitimate child born during what scholars have called a ‘Golden Age’ for Bastards? How did he fuel his curiosity? This was a man who believed ‘learning never exhausts the mind.’ That is to say he was always learning. Here’s a 12 minute podcast on Leonardo and his endless curiosity.
“I have never let my schooling interfere with my education.” Did Mark Twain actually say that? Maybe. Either way this sentiment resonates with new strength now. Especially with schools closed all over the world to help stop the spread of coronavirus. For many, the isolation (self-imposed or otherwise) represents an opportunity. To rediscover the value
Feeling overwhelmed with what is happening nowadays? Same here. We live in strange times. As a result, here’s a 60 second, homemade, music video made a few years ago inspire some positive vibes. After that, play it again. It’s only a min long. Want more DJ T-Rock & Squashy Nice?
Find your passion, they say. As if it were easy. As if, just by looking around the place, you might stumble into what you love – a glimmering spark hidden, just out of sight, until that very moment. Consequently, it doesn’t work that way, psychologists say in a new paper examining the basis of people’s