This post is for new professors and old professors who want to improve their teaching game. I like reevaluating how my classes went each year at this time as student evaluations come in so in case you all are doing the same, I wanted to share some tips on teaching. These are not from me but from some of the students' favorite teachers (this year) at BYU Law. (By the way, if you haven't read Lyrissa Lidsky's teaching tips yet, start with those. Th...
This post was inspired by a post on AncestralizeMe.
Before I went to PaleoFX as a speaker, I too worried.
Would I pass muster? Would I be lean enough? Smart enough? Would I get to be part of this fun club? What happens if people judge me and — inevitably — find me lacking?
And then I thought: Judge me, assholes. Judge the hell out of me. Let me know when you’re done. I’m going to go get a coffee.
Because I have other business in this world.
Kinda love it when inmates, with their penchant for handwriting flourishes, make really exaggerated apostrophes and quotation marks on written documents. Big, dark dot, sweeping curved downstroke. A little glimmer of graphic design behind bars.
Not long after posting yesterday’s entry, I received an email from an individual who questioned the significance of skill if one possessed extreme power and strength. He then attempted to use Mike Tyson as an example of a dominant boxer who thrived on power, not skill.
I wasn’t surprised by the comment, despite disagreeing with it. Many younger boxing fans are only familiar with short highlight videos of Mike Tyson’s one punch knockouts. They fai...