Speakers and Speeches

#Speakers and #Speeches... Albert Einstein was frequently asked to speak at dinners, social events and other gatherings - a practice which he did not care much for. One evening, his chauffeur was driving him to another speaking event and Einstein complained that he was tired of the speaking engagements. His chauffeur happened to look very... Continue Reading →


Word of the Day pretentious (pritɛnʃəs , प्रीटेन्शस) Example "The dialogues are poor and the whole movie just seems far too pretentious for me”, said the reviewer. Definition adjective intended to attract notice and impress othersSynonyms:  ostentatious"an ostentatious sable coat" making claim to or creating an appearance of (often undeserved) importance or distinction"a pretentious country house""a... Continue Reading →

Interesting newsletter from The Ethics Guy – I like

How Is Ethics Like Square Dancing? Welcome to this week's ethics newsletter! This edition will be a bit different from the previous ones, because I'll explain how I came to devote my career to ethics. I usually don’t discuss personal matters in my writing and teaching because I want the focus to be on helping other... Continue Reading →

Dawani’s Law – Seth Godin’s Newsletter

* Dawani's Law [ https://p.feedblitz.com/r3.asp?l=191954478&f=1081591&c=8817866&u=5102652 ] “The number of people who say that Moore's Law can't continue doubles every 24 months.” Even if you don't understand this at first, it's worth a second to understand it. Moore's Law, now nearly sixty years old, describes a simple engineering fact that has changed the life of everyone on the... Continue Reading →

Book summary newsletter

Heyo, Nik here with your free summary of the day. If you enjoy these, check out our reading guide. It'll help you learn and remember more from everything you read. Happy reading! Want to get just one weekly summary roundup? Switch to weekly. ​   1-Sentence-Summary: The Book of Mistakes follows the adventures of David, a young adult who is... Continue Reading →

Requested Ministry-wise PIB releases.

Press Information Bureau Government of India Dear Dhananjaya Parkhe This email has been sent by PIB on your request to subscribe PIB releases. • Union Minister for Environment Forest and Climate change participated in Ministerial Meeting of Like Minded Developing Countries (LMDC) •Cleanliness campaign for quality disposal through coordination among all offices of the Department of Social... Continue Reading →

Adult learning theory: 10 key principles and best practices

Adult learning theory: 10 key principles and best practices Adult learning theory: 10 key principles and best practices Michael Wiseman Copy a link to the article entitled Share Adult learning theory: 10 key principles and best practices on Facebook Share Adult learning theory: 10 key principles and best practices on Twitter Share Adult learning theory:... Continue Reading →

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