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Learning in Place: Staying Sharp

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Updated By: Alison Schroeder on Thu, Apr 23, 2020

Your brain is a muscle.

Anatomically speaking that's inaccurate but it serves a greater purpose and should be exercised especially in times of worry, doubt, and stress. Your brain is a muscle; here's a list of ways to keep it engaged and operating in the positive space that is so essential right now.

Learn

HubSpot Academy

Masterclass 

Content Marketing Conference Academy 

Udemy

Coursera

Harvard Business Review 

Rise Live

 

Listen

Tiny Desk: NPR

My personal can't-miss sets include:

  • Lizzo
  • Maren Morris
  • Coldplay 
  • Lumineers
  • Michael McDonald
  • Blue Man Group 

Indigo — Spotify 

Dear Handmade Life

Creative Pep Talk

TED Radio Hour

Accidental Creative

Side Hustle School

Hidden Brain

How I Built This

Akimbo (Seth Godin)

Terrible, Thanks for Asking

Business Casual 

Future of Storytelling 

Crazy/Genius 

What I Wore When

 

Leverage 

Editing Photos

Video Marketing

StoryBrand 

Public Speaking

Leadership

Creativity 

Overcoming Fear 

Meditation 

 

Life Skills

Handlettering

Baking Bread 

Ramen at Home

Dalgona Coffee 

Handcrafted Cocktails

Gardening

Haircuts @ Home 

 

LEVITY 

Some Good News — John Krasinski 

Quarantine Storytime — Bruno Press 

Namaste — Yoga'ing 

The Music of Pandemic: Parody 

More Screen Time? — The Best of Binging 

Tonight Show at Home Edition — Jimmy Fallon 

Carpool Karaoke — James Corden 

Conference Call in Real Life 

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Alison Schroeder

About The Author

Alison Schroeder

My fire is fueled by the relationships I make, build, and cherish. I love hearing people’s stories, what makes them who they are, and where I fit into their lives. As the Content Services Manager at Leighton Interactive, I'm a storyteller. I’m lucky that I can use my natural ability to help people find their voices, tell their stories, and reach their goals so their businesses can get results. Outside the office I get excited to find sunshine, consume iced coffee, work out, or add unique pieces of jewelry to my ever-growing collection. I also tell stories on behalf of AAF and serve as District 8's Second Lt. Governor & NSAC chair.

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