This is what we talked about on The Invisible Mentor Blog this week: Awaken the Genius: Mind Technology for the 21st Century by Patrick K. Porter, Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister, and Rebecca Penna, Director, Refervescence Training.
Adventures in Learning
On Saturday I saw the documentary, Bob Marley at the Bloor Street Cinema in Toronto. Last weekend was also Doors Open Toronto which added more energy to the city. I love Bob Marley’s music, and I learned quite a bit about him when I wrote his profile during Black History Month. However, I learned much more about him while watching the film, especially the reasons why he wrote specific songs. Artists often create their art as a social commentary of what’s going on around them, and Bob Marley was no different.
Booked for Mentoring
I first reviewed Awaken the Genius: Mind Technology for the 21st Century by Patrick K. Porter in July 2005, and decided to present the review here to prepare you for Superlearning 2000 that I will be reviewing in a couple of weeks. It’s important for us to find ways to learn better and be more creative. I have added new information to the original review.
Wisdom of Life Profile
Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill, British Prime Minister, statesman and author, led Britain during World War II. He lost more political defeats that any other notable politician, but he had a fierce determination which allowed him to rise again. Churchill had an excellent command of the English language, both as an orator and writer. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953.
Interviews for Mentoring
This week we featured Rebecca Penna, Director, Refervescence Training, Development & Events who believe we shouldn’t take no for an answer. She also believes that we should complete the projects that we start. Here are Part I and Part II of Rebecca Penna’s interview.
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