It has been an interesting journey to get this far. Since I started writing and blogging about learning, education and studying last June (mind you, my first blog posts were only published about four weeks ago, but I had been writing for a month before that already), my interest for the topic has grown. Every step leads to a new discovery, or another connection I was yet to make in my mind. It is quite an enervating experience.
Since I started to participate in the postaday (look at the badge in the right hand column on this page…), I searched my mind for new material to write about. One of the topics I thought would be of interest to you, my dearest reader, is a series of book reviews and the connections those books have to the pages published on my blog.
Since this has been a journey of nearly seven years to date, I am certain I have read numerous publications related to personal growth, psychology, neuroscience, learning, training and entrepreneurship, and by means of all these readings I developed an understanding of human learning. I really find it fascinating.
The reading varies from classics such as Shaw’s Pygmalion to modern day bestsellers such as Covey’sThe 7 Habits. And anything in between. But perhaps more important are the years of experience I have had in which I could piece together all these readings into programs that helped students learn and accomplish wonderful things during their studies.
Every week, on saturday most likely, I will pick a book and discuss it in relation to the broader topics of learning and education to which this blog is dedicated. I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts on these books with you, and I hope you are as well.