The Book that Oprah Bought For Stanford Graduating Class

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A Whole New Mind; Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the World

Although this segment of Super Soul Sunday with author Daniel Pink
first aired in 2012, Oprah bought more than 4600 copies of A Whole New
Mind as part of a commencement
gift for the entire
graduating class in
 2008.

Yet in 2015, many arts related programs are being phased out of schools…
Despite the value of right-brained activities.
For example,  Steve Jobs credited a class in calligraphy as the one that
helped him most in his business career because it taught him
the importance of design, according to CNN.

STEM skills are considered golden.
Three areas of STEM that non stem people can adapt their skills
to fit in the technology marketplace are
Ideas
Language
Numerical
For STEM articles see JOCRF Facebook
and the organization’s homepage on Neuroscience and jets

Dee Adams is the author of
Finding Your Niche: Discover:…
http://nichecreativity.com/finding-your-niche-ebook/

References

Stanford.edu/news
http://tinyurl.com/o2vcpq9

Whole Mind Book
Amazon.com
http://tinyurl.com/oxu56ez

Evollltion.com/article
STEM Education
in America Half Brained and a
Four Letter Word
http://tinyurl.com/pggebye

University of Florida/STEM vs. Steam/
Graphic features selected famous
entrepreneurs and their thinking abilities
http://tinyurl.com/ng95nc9

Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation/Facebook
http://tinyurl.com/p5tqssk

Jocrf.org/research/article
Relationships Between Aptitudes and Brain Areas
http://tinyurl.com/nndglr6

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