10 Critical Skills You’ll Need to Succeed at Work in 2020

This article was derived by Larry Kim from copyrighted work by Institute for the Future – Future Workskills 2020 (http://www.iftf.org/futureworkskills/) originally published in 2011. Click on the link above to access their site. You can access the article by Larry Kim by clicking on the link here The “10 Critical Skills” are listed below. .Image credit: […]

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The Impact of Critical Skills on America (#4 in Series)

“An educated citizenry is a vital requisite for our survival as a free people,” is often attributed as a quote by Thomas Jefferson. In reality, there is no known printed source to attribute that quote to Jefferson, but it is certainly an accurate paraphrase of his thinking.  Another way to describe his views is that […]

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The Impact of Critical Skills on America (#3 in Series)

The “Truth of the Matter” As described in post #2 of this series, any logical argument that will lead valid results depends upon the truth and validity of the information upon which the hypothesis is based. In other words, for a conclusion to be true and valid, the information that forms the hypothesis must be […]

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The Impact of Critical Skills on America (#2 in Series)

The Impact of Critical Skills on America (#2 in Series) Two simple letters, “P” and “Q” with an arrow in between have powerful implications for politics. What does this expression mean? This is one of the simplest expressions in logic, and it is called a conditional proposition. It means, “P” implies “Q.” It can also […]

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