Still the Same

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Cats in the Cradle

The apple never falls far from the tree. This phrase surprisingly has much wisdom behind it, for it proposes the idea that children are a lot like their parents. Children tend to believe that they are completely different from their parents, but as the years go by they often find themselves doing similar things their

Lyin’ Eyes

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All human being are on their own quest for happiness. Some think fame and fortune will bring happiness, so they do everything to be known. Some think that money will bring happiness, so they will do anything for more money. There are so few people who actually can find happiness but it is not in materials possession or tangible things.

Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud

Everybody has a dream! Sugata Mitra’s dream is to build a school in the clouds. His idea is a shift in the present educational system. Instead of students being forced to learn and to take tests, he proposes to let them search out the answers for themselves.  He dreams of kids not having to go to school but learning at home, in groups, and other organizations being spurred by teachers that help.

Albert Einstein

“If you can’t explain it to a six year old, you don’t understand it yourself.” Albert Einstein

Einstein300Background Facts:

Lived from: March 14, 1879– April 18, 1955 (76 yrs)

Born in Ulm, Germany to an engineer

Showed early promise and interest in science and mathematics

Received his Doctorate in 1905

Published many famous papers, laying the groundwork for quantum mechanics

Married twice and fathered 3 children

Became a United States citizen in 1940

Died April 17, 1955 due to complications from an aneurysm


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“It is a mistake to think that the practice of my art has become easy to me. I assure you, dear friend, no one has given so much care to the study of composition as I. There is scarcely a famous master in music whose works I have not frequently and diligently studied”Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


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Background Facts:

Lived from: January 27 1756 – December 5, 1791 (35 yrs)

he was looked at as a Genius and protégé

Mozart taught himself the violin before seven and could play as a soloist in public.

Wrote his first symphony at the age of 9

He was married and had 6 children

In his life time he Composed over 600 pieces of music, including:

41 symphonies

3 Operas

35 (2+ instrument music)


Steve Jobs – Leadership

There is an age old question that many people have different opinions about. The question is what is leadership and what does it mean to be a good leader? There are so many classes, schools, and seminars on the subject of  leadership. The way we can understand how to become a good leader is to look at great leaders. Among other things, Steve Jobs was known for his management style. Above is a video in which Jobs discusses his leadership technique.