This past weekend we watched Tina Arena in concert in Canberra. Wow, what a phenomenal talent. From a childhood singer on Young Talent Time at age 9 to one of Australia’s highest selling artists, her career has been one that has shown continuous development of her craft, which has supported her to stay adaptable.
Her story links in with this month’s theme of Adaptability. It is a skill we all need to learn if we want to be able to change and move forward as our world changes. To support you we will be sharing resources throughout June on our social media platforms.
One simple idea, from author James Altucher, is to keep an ideas journal. Every day write 10 new ideas to build your creativity muscle. We have been trying it and it is fun and actually works.
Until the next time, stay warm.
From the Magical Learning Team
As a lot of you would have noticed, in the last month we didn’t run any free Masterclasses, and we won’t be running any this month either as Danette and Grahame are quite busy. We hope to return to doing them soon. However in the meanwhile if you’d like to catch up on all the Masterclasses we have previously run, you can check out our YouTube page. If you’re interested in running online Masterclasses or workshops for your workplace, click here
Book Review: Book Review: Skip the Line by James Altucher
Reviewed by Danette Fenton-Menzies
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“The most important factor in survival is neither intelligence nor strength but adaptability.”
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