Learning about Learning
4th May 2020; 01
Everyday at 11pm, daily reflection before bedtime.
Here I will share about my projects, what I am into and one song.
I am curious by nature, in constant search for new approach to share informations and better ways to retain knowledge.
And I found myself at this point of life where I struggle quite a fair bit, figuring out how to take life slow and at it is. Have to admit, been doing okay at keeping myself occupied though
I have been working on-
Live talk show program called “#CoffeeOn” which uses coffee as a vehicle to connect people and community. I host it once, sometimes twice a week, where I invite guest of a certain specialization to discuss, and the content is made accessible via Instagram and Youtube for re-watch. The idea is to be able to reach to the audience where they are. I have done 4 sessions so far and I am learning through trial & errors as I go, to be better. I have learned that being host is definitely not as easy as it seems.
Music is very important to me, discovered that the sound of an electric bass is very attractive, and now I am spending time learning how to play it.
Figured that the best way to teach is to put yourself in position to learn while being out of your comfort zone. We tend to not remember that trainer/instructor’s role is to share knowledge and transfer skills in the best possible way and putting yourself at the receiving end helps to teach more effectively. I will share my music journey as we go. But for now, let’s move on.
I am Into-
For those that knows, I am usually quite a scattered brain. Might be useful if I am actually forced to write it down, so here goes, currently:
Midnight Gospel — Clancy, a space caster with his malfunctioning multiverse stimulator, travelling to dying world to talk about life, death and everything in between. Open your mind to this animated podcast.
I am listening to-
Other than pronounced bass lines, I find myself listening to this on repeat.
You got to reach
A little bit higher
When the light within becomes a fire
Thank you for taking your time reading!