Posted by Jo Clutton on February 16, 2018 at 6:03pm
My literacy skills have assisted me to interact with individuals from different walks of life, particularly people using English as their first language. In various settings other than the school one, one has to be fluent and proficient and technically competent in English. My competence in reading and writing has helped me learn in an environment other than the classroom. A year ago I came across a writing contest while browsing on Facebook. On further inquiries, I ascertained that the…Continue
Posted by Leah Olson on November 24, 2017 at 10:00am
Generalists love to learn, all the time. Sometimes a topic, a subject might catch their curious eye and their attention is drawn to it for a month, a quarter, a year. After a while the attraction becomes much less and they start to look for new topics. Adaptation has a powerful impact on Generalists.
In the background they still keep on fuelling their curiosity and love for learning, so they never focus on just one topic only.
A Generalist has a growth…Continue
Buckminster Fuller (the genius, futurist, inventory) seemed to be convinced that people like us are critical to future of human civilization. I think you would find my blog post with a collection of…Continue
Started by Nick Taber Feb 22, 2017.
Although I've been a creative generalist my entire life, i only recently learned that other people have as many interests as I do. A couple weeks ago I had a project idea. Before starting the…Continue
Started by Tony Dalton. Last reply by Nick Taber Feb 22, 2017.
Did it ever happen to you that friends, colleagues, even strangers, tell you: "you can't know that much of many things and understand them so well, it is just not possible!"... This has happened to…Continue
Started by Francisco Perez. Last reply by Donald Bowman Jan 31, 2017.