Hackschooling to be happy

*It has been long time without publishing, but this time is worth it.*

John Lennon already said that. He wanted to be happy when he grew up.

When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.

See what happens when a Child states to hack school and go for what Mr. Ken Robinson explains at his TED video “School Kills Creativity”





Some days ago I purposed to watch a list of TED videos. For those who don’t know TED, it is just a non profit organization spreading amazing ideas from really interesting people.

…I found out the one below. Despite it was posted in August 21, 2012 I thought I would be worth watching all the videos. …And I’m on it!


Since I had already seen the first TEd talk, I played directly the second talk of the list, from Jill Bolte. The video tells an astonishing story: The speaker shares personal story of a stroke recovery. She had a massive stroke, watched as her brain functions shut down one after the other. And she recovered.

Beyond the inside out passionate story, Mrs Jill Bolte awoke me the will to dig in how our brain works…. And this is what I came up with, searching the web. See the infographics velow!

Attention! There is lots of controversy: some say we can’t just split up the brain in two parts, others say the opposite… The truth is, that the human’s brain is brilliant.


Start with WHY

Why a company, with access to the same media and sources, does not succeed the same way another does?

Simon Sinek explains Why, throughout what he calls the Golden Circle. Click here to discover it.

I per cert, quina gran iniciativa la de TED, Ideas worth spreading. 

Fa temps que vaig descobrir aquesta gran pàgina web. Genial. Gent que xerra, sense més. Però quines xerrades!! Sobre qualsevol temàtica, i TOTES interessatíssimes.