Aprevious post featured a wide variety of techniques to help you quickly and easily get more out of life. If you haven’t seen the list you, might want to check it out. I’d love to hear your thoughts and any ideas you have for additions to the list.
The number one item on the list of ways to improve your life was — Yoga! Continue reading →
Has learning a language always been one of your personal dreams? It is for a great many people. I’m a big fan of languages and I have quite a few friends who speak at least one language other than their own. I also have quite a few other friends who have tried to learn a language without much success. So, over the past few weeks, I’ve made a point of talking to my friends about the process of learning a language. I combined what I heard with my own experiences, and here’s what I’ve learned. Continue reading →
YouTube is chock full of amusing cat videos, fail compilations and other time-wasters but there’s a whole other world out there too — the YouTube world of learning. You may have to look around a bit, but YouTube may just be the word’s most underrated source of learning. Continue reading →
In a recent FLYODI post, entitled MOOCs and MOODLES and Modules – Oh my!, I discussed some of the recent developments in online learning. I also mentioned that I’d soon be participating in a MOOC — a Massive Open Online Course — and that I’d provide my impressions of the course. I’ve now finished week one. Continue reading →
I really love writing for FLYODI. Since FLYODI often focuses on happiness and how to achieve it, I constantly get to read, think, talk and write about happiness. And of course, thinking and talking about something, like happiness, tends to be a self-fulfilling prophecy, as I discussed in my recent post entitled, The Mechanism of a Dream Life. Continue reading →