Our flipped classroom format is exactly what it sounds like - it inverts a conventional classroom experience by carving out more time for doubts and insights that are hard to capture through newsletters, masterclasses and 1:1 office hours. The idea behind this is that peer sharing and social learning complemented by a guided discussion under a trained coach works wonders for grasping complex concepts. We have had the Writing Bootcamp, Education Policy Bootcamp, Careers in Policy Bootcamp, Masters+MBA weekly huddle and the CEO Fellowship in this format.
Taking this further, we are excited to launch the "I don't know what I want to do with my life” Fellowship. This age-agnostic fellowship will help you learn new things, read charming content, meet interesting people and discover what piques your curiosity. No one else can tell you what you should do. The decision needs to come from you but there are some proven techniques that can help figure out the problem that needs you the most. Isn’t that what your work should be about?
Now onto the week that went by
Discussion on the Newsletter Economy
Probably the most evident development of the knowledge economy is the increased possibility of monetizing your passion and building a second income. In this discussion, we explored -
the nuances of the thriving newsletter economy,
the power of micro-networks to monetize newsletters, and
the importance of creating communities to monetizing your passion.
Every day we read scores of articles, research reports and select the most interesting ones for the Wednesday edition of our newsletter. We know that there is content fatigue among all of us so we try to be as selective as possible. Read our reading recommendations for this week here.
From leading her country through the horrific Christchurch shootings to being the second political leader in modern history to give birth when in office - Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern has built her own brand of leadership.
Afterthought: “You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” — Albert Camus
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