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Important Work Skills for the Next Generation

February 17, 2017 0

Opening Insights According to Top10OnlineColleges.org... Informational Insights: The 6 Drivers of Change All of the 10 skills will tie back into these disruptive shifts on the horizon: Extreme Longevity People are living longer By 2025 [...]

We Have Missed The Boat

February 17, 2017 0

Opening Insights The world that has “missed the boat.” The world is blind and blind-sided to the realities that are unfolding.  Many people don’t want to see the elephant in the living room, and so […]

The Journey of A Man

February 8, 2017 0

Opening Insights Discovery is a journey, an unfolding process.  Each person’s journey is different but equal. The question is how do we uncover the who we are? Informational Insights 77 years ago an immigrant from […]

Millennial Awakening

February 7, 2017 0

Opening Insights We come into this world knowing true value.  The world teaches us many things – and often distorts our sense and experience of value.  The realities of the world are around us, yet many […]

Co-Lab Institute for Children

September 25, 2016 0

Opening Insights: Specialist Welcome, my name is Arthur and I’m an Aviation Program Specialist for the University of Hawai’i at Hilo (UH Hilo). I work with students, academics, administrators, community leaders, and business owners. The following […]

Millennial Myth Uncovered

September 5, 2016 0

Opening Insights Published on Jun 3, 2015 Most of us have grown up in a world where we are not allowed to fail. In the real world we are not given an award for participating […]

A Letter to All Who Have Lost in This Era

August 30, 2016 0

Opening Insights Anand Giridharadas the acclaimed New York Times journalist writes and talks to a world in peril.  He speaks to us as individuals and as a collective. Touching on the fears inherent in our […]

Every High School Principle Should Say…

August 30, 2016 0

Opening Insights The realities of the education system within the United States have become confused and more concerned with political correctness than educating and developing the moral character and human potential of their students.  In […]

Any Problem, One Solution

June 27, 2016 0

Opening Insights: Any Problem… One Solution Sometimes in life it’s hard to see the silver lining.  As people we experience a variety of problems, stresses and challenges as part of our life experience. Sometimes we find ourselves […]

What Would You Do?

June 18, 2016 0

Opening Insights Consider what would happen if all government-mandated responsibility and accountability (rules) were removed from people. There would be no consequences for their actions, other than community response. They would be legally free to […]

The Power of Words

June 8, 2016 0

Opening Insights The words we tell ourselves, communicate to others, write and type… have a profound impact on our mental health and those around us. Informational Insights The reality is that the process of “Minding […]

The Power of the Question

May 9, 2016 0

Opening Insights Questions are an important part of our lives and the evolution of our civilization. When we stop asking questions is when we stop evolving. This reality is fast approaching in many educational systems […]

Lasting Change and Learning

May 8, 2016 0

Opening Insights Learning is a part of change, and change is a part of life.  True learning and long-term change requires acceptance and agreement. Informational Insights What does this mean? If directions do not come […]

Change or Die?

April 19, 2016 0

Opening Insights There comes a point in all our lives when we stand face to face with the reality/necessity that we must either change or die.  You may be alarmed to know that according to research […]

Smart People Make Mistakes to Get Smarter

April 2, 2016 0

Opening Insights When I look back at my life, I realized that I never learned anything new from the things I did right. I only learned something new when I did something wrong… AND LEARNED […]

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