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The creative economy not only requires new and rapidly changing skills, it requires a completely new approach to education in which collaborative learning and mutual respect between the traditional disciplines of arts, science and technology will be crucial.

It’s often said that the world is changing so fast that schools and universities have to educate young people for jobs that haven’t yet been invented. This is certainly true of the creative sector where growth and development are especially rapid. It is not simply a reference to rapidly changing technologies but to the fact that if young people are to look forward to good quality lifelong employment they will have to be learning new skills and work practices throughout their working lives. Rather than learning a fixed body of knowledge or a particular set of skills, they need to be able to “learn how to learn” so that they can go on learning throughout their lives. Adaptability, flexibility, the ability to learn fast, to communicate effectively, to work in changing ways with changing teams of colleagues are all likely to be necessary skills for the future and yet few education systems are working with those priorities in mind.

Neo-Economy requires a little much of the Creative Power being displayed at it’s peak and as such the advent of digital tools had made it much easier to achieve.

In this book, you will understand the fullness in Creativity as it is poised to enlightening Third World on the various opportunities they seem to have missed out ignoring the advantages of Skills and abilities in Development, what a young graduate should understand about the belittling of degrees at the expense if what the world strives to achieve while there had been a increase modality in paid employment.

This book will unravel to you six strategies for effective growth in the 21st Century;

S- Sound mind for growth
K- Killing all negativity
I- Intentionality to becoming better
L- Living out your current State
L- Leveraging on vital tools
S- Simplicity for wealth

If I am to gift you this book for free, I know you wouldn’t want to place much value on it which is it oy demands a little commitment to getting yours.

The creative economy not only requires new and rapidly changing skills, it requires a completely new approach to education in which collaborative learning and mutual respect between the traditional disciplines of arts, science and technology will be crucial.

It’s often said that the world is changing so fast that schools and universities have to educate young people for jobs that haven’t yet been invented. This is certainly true of the creative sector where growth and development are especially rapid. It is not simply a reference to rapidly changing technologies but to the fact that if young people are to look forward to good quality lifelong employment they will have to be learning new skills and work practices throughout their working lives. Rather than learning a fixed body of knowledge or a particular set of skills, they need to be able to “learn how to learn” so that they can go on learning throughout their lives. Adaptability, flexibility, the ability to learn fast, to communicate effectively, to work in changing ways with changing teams of colleagues are all likely to be necessary skills for the future and yet few education systems are working with those priorities in mind.

Neo-Economy requires a little much of the Creative Power being displayed at it’s peak and as such the advent of digital tools had made it much easier to achieve.

In this book, you will understand the fullness in Creativity as it is poised to enlightening Third World on the various opportunities they seem to have missed out ignoring the advantages of Skills and abilities in Development, what a young graduate should understand about the belittling of degrees at the expense if what the world strives to achieve while there had been a increase modality in paid employment.

This book will unravel to you six strategies for effective growth in the 21st Century;

S- Sound mind for growth
K- Killing all negativity
I- Intentionality to becoming better
L- Living out your current State
L- Leveraging on vital tools
S- Simplicity for wealth

If I am to gift you this book for free, I know you wouldn’t want to place much value on it which is it oy demands a little commitment to getting yours.

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Skills for Neo-Economy
The creative economy not only requires new and rapidly changing skills, it requires a completely new approach to education in which collaborative learning and mutual respect between the traditional disciplines of arts, science and technology will be crucial.
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