I'm a Creative at MediaFront and Co-founder of The Refinement Club. Seeker of inspiration, knowledge and ideas.

This is a feed of my thoughts and things that I find enlightening. Basically its a 21st century version of the commonplace book.

Most Likely to Succeed How do we hire when we can’t tell who’s right for the job?  

…the students of a very bad teacher will learn, on average, half a year’s worth of material in one school year. The students in the class of a very good teacher will learn a year and a half’s worth of material. That difference amounts to a year’s worth of learning in a single year.

An interesting piece from Malcolm Gladwell on how hard it is to predict success in football and teaching, and of course it’s applicable in other fields as well.