4 Seasons

  • Improving Concentration

    The ability to focus on a task, drown out background noise and distractions will not only improve your concentration but make you a better thinker and collaborator too, this video explains how.

  • Microexpressions

    Microexpressions... the involuntary faces we make as an outward expression of an emotion, this video explains how to read those expressions and what they mean for your next business meeting or high stakes card game.

  • Are you a Good Listener?

    Ed Cunningham once said, "friends are those rare people who ask how we are, and then wait to hear the answer." TBC

  • Funneling Questions Technique

    The ability to ask important questions is a key 21st century skill that can make you a better communicator and collaborator. The Funnelling Question technique is there to help you achieve this.

  • Relaxation for Public Speaking

    We've all been there. Public speaking can be a terrifying. Learn how to calm your nerves before you take the stage.

  • The Subject Line Pitch

    Employers get mounds of emails a day. Make yours stand out with the perfect subject line pitch.

  • Questioning Basic Assumptions

    First impressions aren't always correct. They don't always tell the whole story. Lets look at questioning basic assumptions to see things from multiple perspectives.

  • Rebus Puzzles

    Rebus puzzles are a great way to exercise your problem solving and to critical thinking skills. Try these rebus puzzles to level-up your approach to critical thinking.

  • Recognising Patterns

    Recognising patterns is instinctively in us and part of our daily lives. To harness it fully will help you to critically think better.

  • Brainstorming on Your Own

    Brainstorming is great technique for creative problem solving. No one to brainstorm with? Learn how to do it on your own with Mind Maps!

  • The Alternative Uses Test

    Sometimes, creativity requires divergent thinking. Train your brain to think creatively by taking the Alternative Uses Test.

  • The Elevator Problem

    Are you a vertical thinker or a lateral one? Solve the Elevator Problem to find out.