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Articles by Jeff Graham
What Will You Do When You Reach the End of Netflix? These Are the 3 Highest Demand Skills for the Future of Work
The rise of artificial intelligence is creating a serious rift between skills that are valuable and relevant and skills that simply aren’t. What we’re seeing is the hard skills are becoming soft and the soft skills are becoming hard.
We sit and read the news and wonder where this whole thing is going. What will happen to my job? What will happen to our city? Will things ever get back to normal? Meantime some big changes are quietly being implemented…We are in the throes of a major geo-political and socio-economic shift that has been coming for a number of years.
What You Can Do To Survive Home Learning Without Pulling Your Hair Out Or Self-Quarantining in a Hotel Room
…with home learning, your child has their teacher who uses the Profound Learning method and teaches Alberta curriculum. All the learning is a continuation from what was taught in the classroom prior to quarantine, there is a very clear direction and focus, and, most importantly—sigh of relief—you are not the teacher. Your role is to simply support the learning.
Brian Patterson is a model of an Imaginal Leader. In the midst of selling stock photos, he found a love, a passion, for capturing the human form through the medium of photography. He started with a small camera, and through hard work, creativity, and his knack for connecting with others, he has pursued his vision without limitation.
“The theatre went dark, and the silver screen lit up as the first film began and the audience noise descended into a kind of anticipative silence. Some of the films were terrifying, others gut-wrenchingly funny, and others just plain disgusting.”
Advancement is key to the growth and sustainability of an academic institution. These 10 points will give you the low-down on Advancement at Master’s.
Student Council Members At Master’s Attended The Calgary Leadership Prayer Breakfast And It Was Inspiring
“[Students] had come to engage in the conversation about what’s happening in our city and province, and to be part of offering it all up to God in prayer. These are the kinds of young people, I thought to myself, who I want to take up the torch as the next generation of leaders. Some maintain that the young people of today are too digital to be adequate leaders of our world—that they are the “disengaged”. But I didn’t see that with our students. They were attentive, caring, and deeply engaged.”
The Master’s College Film Festival was held on March 1st, 2018 at the downtown Globe Cinema on 8th Avenue. It was the third annual film festival in Calgary.
I have met some amazing people in the past (like the time I met Paulo Coelho in Davos, Switzerland—now that’s a different post!), but have yet to meet Peter Diamandis. Hmm—maybe I will someday . . . The first time I heard of Peter Diamandis was while watching Ray Kurzweil’s documentary Transcendent Man. (If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I
It’s been said that Master’s is one of the best-kept secrets. But did you know that there’s an even bigger one? Now I’m not talking about secrets like Project Paperclip, MI6, or Area 51—no! The big secret is this: Profound Learning. And in this article we are revealing this secret to you—the ten things about
I was on a flight from Sao Paulo to Toronto. Passengers were boarding in a long-tail line as I was getting comfortable in my seat. I looked over and saw a man with a book under his arm. I sharpened my focus—I make it my business to see what books people are reading. In big