Fairy tales can make anybody child again. It’s a beautiful art.:)
Penny Parker Klostermann has cooked up a new fractured fairy tale with Ben Mantle…but the book wouldn’t be a reality without her fairy tale agent, Tricia Lawrence of Erin Murphy Literary Agency. Knowing many of you are hoping your fairy godmother will deliver a prince (or princess) of an agent, I asked Tricia how the […]
via A COOKED UP FAIRY TALE and a Fairy Tale Author-Agent Match (plus a giveaway!) — Writing for Kids (While Raising Them)
It is fun to see or make anything. If you really want to make something or start decoration. Collection of things will take time.
Making Christmas Tree Decorations is hard and fun filled work. Set mind to have fun.:)
Leila Takayama is an expert on robots, she is interested in building robots that interact with people, that do things for people in their day-to-day lives, not just in factories and on battlefields.
We all are intimidated by robots, but that goes away when we interact with them. We quickly fall into talking to them like they’re alive, like they’re our partners, or pets.
Scientists are making robots easier to live and work with. Now robots have body language, so we can interact with them easily.
Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Banaji and research fellow Olivia Kang, developed Outsmarting Human Minds as a way to deliver up-to-date thinking about hidden biases in an engaging way.
Banaji said, “The behavioral sciences give us insights into what gets in the way of reaching out professional goals, of being true to our own deepest values”. “The science is not new, but its message is still one most people have difficulty grasping and understanding.”
Kang said, “Everyone wants to know what’s happening in their minds, and they want to know what they can do to make better decisions”. “The science is out there; the challenge is getting it to the public in a way that captures their interest.”
“We want to deliver this information to people in a way that doesn’t make them feel that they’re a bad person if they have these biases. The fact is, we all do. This is about acknowledging that hidden biases are a product of how we’re wired and the culture we live in. And then agreeing that we want to do something about it — that we can use this knowledge to improve the decisions we make in life and at work.”
Harvard psychology chair launches ‘Outsmarting Human Minds’
7 Tips for being positive Everyday!
We always tell to kids, don’t overuse your Cell phone. I think using a cell phone is not bad at all. I learned from kids how they comfort their friend’s Psychological problems, mental health issues in an easy way. We even don’t know how they make everybody happy. They spend their time, tell them funny things, showing them musical videos, learn several good things from good videos. Share good and healthy things with other kids. Impress me so much. Now I have to change my opinion to become positive.:)
For the last 2 years, I’ve worked on being a positive person. I’ve learned that staying positive is a daily task! Each day, you’ll find that there are different things that will affect you daily, but by intentionally and strategically being positive, you will see that eventually it won’t be hard for you to stay […]
via 7 Tips for being positive Everyday! (Quick Read) — Ashley Gulley