What would you like to learn from amazing people? Join me on a journey where I interview people like Galileo, Helena Rubinstein, Albert Einstein, Nancy Astor, Martin Luther, Abraham Lincoln, Louis Pasteur, Antonio Vivaldi and others. Each one of them were outstanding achievers and leaders in the fields of science, business, politics, philosophy, music and other areas. We can achieve a lot by standing on the shoulders of giants.
‘ ‘It is probable that the event will not be on, because it is raining.’ ‘I don’t think he will change his mind’. It is unlikely that will occur.’ I often hear people say things that they regard as probable, but they interpret them as certain. Therefore, they act on their assumptions, rather than testing […]
Is superior performance due to a natural gift linked to intelligence or practice? For example, was Mozart given a music gene and Shakespeare a writing gene that made them excellent at their craft? Given my interest in the lives and achievements of amazing people, I was interested to read the research by Anders Ericsson. Do […]
In the main, teachers gain their jobs because they qualify in subjects such as science, maths, history, or other topics in the curriculum. Each day, teachers then spend most of their time managing the behaviour of students and dealing with psychology issues, such as motivation, attention, perception, learning difficulties and so on. Few teachers are […]
Mozart, Einstein, Curie and others have established their names forever. How did they do it? In short, they made valuable contributions to society. As a result, we recognize their achievements. Their examples provide inspiration for students of today who will make their careers tomorrow. The Amazing People Club celebrates amazing contributors and achievers. Here are […]
William Shakespeare wrote very little about himself and his family. In that respect, his life is a mystery. Or, is it? In the new Apple i Book titled William Shakespeare, he comes to life in the form of an avatar. It is very life like. The new book is very readable because you can […]
When you were at school, did any of the teachers ever ask you to give feedback about their lessons and style of teaching? In my experience, teachers rarely get feedback on their teaching methods, particularly if the students are dissatisfied with the learning process. Students will be marked by teachers, so they are usually careful […]