Jony Ive is one of the most famous contemporary designers. He has created the appearance of the legendary models of iMac, iPod, iPhone, and iOS painted design - all of these are hundreds of millions of people around the world.
Recently published a book was published about this interesting man, some thoughts from which I would like to share in this article.Read more
Have you ever, when you want to learn something extremely simple, we could not understand most of the key ideas? Or, for example, you want to teach a person anything, but he was unable to understand even the simplest things? If so, then most likely the case in the conflict learning styles: your preferences are not combined with the preferences of the teacher or lecturer. In this case, the learning process upsets both sides and understanding is at the zero level.
If you know your learning style, it will be easier to learn. And when you learn the style of training their employees, you can efficiently adapt under it.Read more
Abraham Lincoln once said: "I am not a high opinion of the man who today is not wiser than he was yesterday."
Thus, under the mind is meant here is not academic learning, and human development in a personal or professional level globally. The ability to learn something new every day, constantly moving forward, do not stop there - the most important skill of modern man. How to do it and what should be a habit to develop, to become more intelligent?
1. Asking questions
As children, we did not know the boundaries in their curiosity. Literally everything that surrounds us, aroused interest and relevant questions: "Why is the sky blue", "Why is a dog barking and a cat meowing?", "Why is snow white?". As we grow older, we are more concerned some practical aspects of everyday life. Places for the knowledge of the world is running short, and besides, the interest fades.Read more
Many would rather die than think.
Often, by the way, it happens.
- Bertrand Russell
You agree that not every year you will see, as a mathematician receives the Nobel Prize for Literature. Many scientists work at the intersection of different fields of knowledge, but the mathematics and literature, by definition, are not thought of as similar categories. This situation may seem unusual, and will remain so until such time as will not be said that we are talking about Bertrand Russell - British scientists, one of the most intellectually diverse and influential thinkers in modern history.
Today's material at EssayVikings' Hatena Blog - an attempt to realize only a fraction of the empirical heritage of this, without exaggeration, an outstanding person. But it is, we hope, will be useful to anyone who seeks to understand itself and wants to cultivate the ability to objectively assess the world around.Read more