Cheery Tuesday Greetings–Today marks the Launch of Mindshift, the Book!
18th April 2017
Cheery Tuesday (Yes, Tuesday!) Greetings to our Learning How to Learners!
The Launch of Mindshift, the Book!
This week we’re writing earlier and more briefly than usual. That’s because today, we’re in New York City for the launch of Barb’s new book Mindshift: Break Through Obstacles to Learning and Discover Your Hidden Potential. Here’s a wonderful pre-review of the Mindshift book by by science writer Jef Akst: “Mindshift: A Book Review–A good read if you’re considering a career change, or even if you’re not.” If you’ve ever wondered if there’s something more you’ve wanted from your life or your learning, Mindshift is for you.
Audio Version of Mindshift—Read by Barb
For audio book fans, here is the Audible version of the Mindshift book, which Barb read in a four day marathon in an icy Michigan studio in the middle of January. (If you want to try Audible, you can get two free audiobooks through this link.)
Follow This Week’s Adventures
Incidentally, Barb will be kicking off the keynote speech at Lynda.com’s Learning Summit in Chicago on Thursday, April 20th. You can follow Barb’s New York and Chicago going’s on over the next few days on Facebook, or Instagram at @barb_oakley. She’s doing interviews with the Wall Street Journal, LinkedIn, Inc, Big Think, Helio, and many others—exciting times!
First (Glowing!) Reviews of the Mindshift MOOC
The first actual reviews of the Mindshift MOOC are out now, and they’re terrific!
Writing a book is an all-consuming task. Making a MOOC is likewise. So writing the book and making a MOOC at the same time was a little crazy (but in a good way). We can only hope you’ll forgive us if this week we focus only on Mindshift. Next week, we’ll be back to the usual programming. 😉
That’s all for this week. Have a happy week in Learning How to Learn!
Barb, Terry, and the entire Learning How to Learn team
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