I’m told that this is a famous poster for designers that I just applied a lot of whiteout to. (The missing words seem to have been inspired by Samuel L. Jackson.) I like “Believe in yourself” and “Trust your gut.”
One last post about the 2016 Presidential election. This is from Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara of the Village Zendo on LionsRoar.com. The short, non-religious version is:
Listen > Learn > Act
If a guy is going to tweet something after a loss, I like Jon Lester’s attitude. “Nothing I can do but wear it, learn from it, and turn the page.”
Albert Einstein quote: “Education is not the learning of facts, but that training of the mind to think.”
I wrote about this in my book, A Survival Guide for New Consultants, that one of the few things I learned in college was how to learn. Everything else — the details that I actually learned at that time — are not important, especially now. But learning how to learn has made all the difference in my career and in my life.
I just found this page on O’Reilly’s website about their “Head First” book series. I’ve been reading a book lately named A Mind for Numbers, which is a book about learning, and the O’Reilly Head First page basically summarizes what’s in that book.
A nice table on how people think and learn.
With Apple's iPad 3 announcement coming tomorrow (March 7, 2012), I took a few minutes last night to reflect on various Jonathan Ive interviews I've read over the years. Here are a few notes on what I learned by reading those interviews.
As a follow-up to my popular first GarageBand tutorial, my second tutorial on creating a podcast with GarageBand shows you how to add introductory music, special effects, delete recordings, and move clips to control gaps in your podcasts, and introduces the concept of ducking.