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- I can be amazingly productive and creative when I have protected time and when I disconnect from the computer!
- Surrounding oneself with bright, playful younger team members in Dr. Simpson’s Neighborhood can result in major learning experiences. Reverse mentoring is highly rewarding.
- Many of my better ideas are incubated while I am engaged in mundane, mindless activities such as cleaning my office. I also have
excavatedrediscovered a number of useful learning tools (such as my Carroll COLLEGE pencils!)
- I am learning many new things by interacting with fellow workplace workshop co-learners across the globe.
- I have rediscovered the iPad App that allows me to see what time it is in Germany, Ghana, and the United Kingdom to increase the likelihood of a Skype/Facetime interaction with my newly discovered co-learners.
- Today is “National Coffee Day!”
- The analytic data on LinkedIn suggests that some of the things I post there there are actually viewed.
- The music that my students listen to is not much different from what I used to listen to. Alas, Sir Paul’s voice did show some wear when I heard him this summer at Milwaukee’s Summerfest.
- I am blessed with wonderful academic colleagues both within Psychology and University-wide.
- There is so much more to learn. Maybe our emeritus Chairman of the Board is correct in his playful suggestion that I should continue to teach another 25 years. So much to learn. Therefore, one must capitalize on the many ways of learning.