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– METACOGNITION: English Thinking



– Michael on Leadership.

Michael addresses 2000 student leaders at the Halogen conference …



– Germany: Michael interviewed by Florian Rustler

– Student Entrepreneurs’ Mark Parncutt sits down with Dr Michael Hewitt-Gleeson to discuss entrepreneurship among University students. — Click through to video …



Is it true?: How to use Greyscale Thinking.

In our exploding world of cybermedia with peer2peer messaging at the speed of light, I believe that the global epidemic spread of lies may be one of the most serious challenges facing long-term human survival.

The 7th Hat: For Wisdom

At a leadership convention in Melbourne I was asked to add one more hat to the original 6 developed by SOT in 1983. I added  the 7th Hat for Wisdom which is the Grey Thinking Hat. Of all the Thinking Hats–White, Black, Yellow, Red, Green, Blue–the Grey Hat is also the Senior Hat.

The 59 Second Course in Thinking


28 thoughts on “FREEBIES: You can pass this link on …

  1. “Like a brainvirus, these lies can infect the brains of very young children. This is happening right now to millions of children as you read this article. I do believe that the global epidemic spread of lies may be one of the most serious challenges facing long-term human survival” (Dr M. Hewitt-Gleeson). I feel that it is very important to make children aware of the notion of “truth and lie” as early as possible, otherwise it may turn out to be late when they reach, for example the age of 16-17. Not being able to distinguish between a lie and a truth does not facilitate us either. Because of this scoundrels hold posts in many spheres of life.I do agree with Dr. Hewitt-Gleeson regarding “wisdom” (a very useful article )
    This joke demonstrates that if you want to teach your children something , you yourself should learn something. It will probably give them a chance to make effective decisions quickly. The sooner parents start teaching children to become effective thinkers , the less time they will need to make the skill inherent.
    SONNY: Father, what is the Moon made of?
    FATHER: You’ve asked a thousand questions today. Do give me a little peace. What do you think would have happened if I had asked my father so many questions?
    SONNY: You might have learnt how to answer some of mine.

  2. Great speech. I like the statement ‘I did not make the world… just living in it the best way I can”

  3. Thanks you so much for all of your insight. This is great and the skills l have obtained through these lessons will be used widely.

    Enjoyed all lessons thanks again…

  4. Thank you Michael, I really enjoyed you training you are a very generous person.

    PS I had never seen the film “Being There”‘ with Peter Sellars so thank you for me mentioning it to me I really enjoyed it.

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