Saturday, October 17, 2009

Question on Teachableness


Question: I have for several months been doing a personal study on teachableness.  (Another story for another post).   Probably my study will end up being a book (or almost certainly an e-book).

Let me ask you--with what resources are you familiar re: teachableness?  Particularly teachableness and leaders? 

If you have suggestions, either put them as a comment here, or drop me a note at

Thanks.  If the list is particularly helpful,I’ll share it with everyone.


P.S. In searching for a picture to accompany this post, I came across one that is too horrible not to share:  (Just the messenger…)


1 comment:

I want to be you. said...

my grandparents framed me 2 days ago and are trying to have me put in prison for the rest of my life with the three strikes law
my grandfather hit me in the head with a cordless phone and I took it from him while grabbing his arms to stop him from hitting me which then because he is old and feeble he lost his balance while flailing and trying to hit me more and because I had a hold of his arms while trying to stop him from hitting me anymore I greatly cushioned his fall anyway then my grandmother started trying to hit me with her cordless phone and I had to let go of one of his arms to take the phone from her and she sat down in a chair... perhaps he has dementia and the local mental health which i have been telling them about the verbal and mental abuse from him for the last 12 months ... whatever I need help dealing with this idiot government and society... remember when I told you people need to live in the real world and develop community skills not play games that don't build community skills... and now the only advocate i have seen for the reality which internet communications can enable is being framed because this bastard will get away with having murderd all life on earth and blame me and the kids for not being smart enough to fix it when they controlled the education system to create stupid factory workers for the last 200 years...
The Wheel o Buddhist Terms Poster GTD The Art 0 War flashcards/ immersive ethics holographic augmented reality semantic search AI learn tool

Brainwash yourself; ubiquitous immersive ethics logistics of permaculture sustainability augmented reality education infrastructure fair trade technology transfer there is no intelligence if the measurement is always changing the genius sperm + egg * 4000 surrogate mothers with 2 fertilized embryo's each, U ,, am here to pollute your mind with information that is not relevant to your personal ability to adapt to the conditions which are available for you to have the prosperity you can share with the life around you without suffering projectvisitor. I want to mix the wheel of buddhist terms poster art of war flashcard deck (game?) MS onenote,,, sociology, situational awareness wikipedia article the 48 laws of power, all academic databases, + smartphone application, augmented reality, + GTD flowchart with permaculture logistics of sustainability, take TWoBT poster to have it scanned into a file + blow it up into a wall mural by /planet/a-living-built-environment software engineers of permaculture logistics, which has nothing to do with the flowchart wall mural, that she doesn't know how to write the projector display software try looking through the lists created by the people i follow (you will need an account to look)

posted to
If the 3000 minutes that were spent watching this video were used to apply the GTD flowchart and for permaculture logistics sustainabilty fair trade technology transfer immersive augmented reality ethics education working on the project so that none of the peices being put together in the tasks of the project were not repeated... teams of fifth graders could work out the free plan B 4.0 book online. and Matthew Lane Tripp at 1572 East Blackstock Rd. Moore SC 29369. The livejournal globalcide is a flyer you can set the maximum margins and grey font and size 9 font for a one page flyer. There is more but it cut me off at 4000 text.

Visits Since Dec. 11, 2007