Dissertation Writing Tips: Peter Senge: What Have you Learned Today?

Good morning refractive thinkers.

Today I spent some time with one of my favorite authors, Peter Senge, and his book, The Dance of Change.  I was impressed by the simplicity of many of the suggestions offered (and I’m only finishing the first 100 or so pages.  The question that kept emerging, was, what are you doing with what you are learning? 

So this is what has prompted my blog today—a question.  What have you learned today?  I have learned the need for down time, or what John Maxwell refers to as his thinking chair.  I finished up my students and responsibilities early today and spent time investing in ‘thinking time,’—more specifically refractive thinking time.  I looked to what I am doing with what I am learning.

Let’s be sure you spend some time today doing the same.  Again I ask, what you have done with what you have learned today?

Happy thinking!

With respect,



Dr. Cheryl Lentz
Chief Refractive Thinker®

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February 10th, 2012 by admin

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