Date of publication: 2017-09-01 14:03
This exercise seeks to enable clearer understanding of positive behaviour and positive thinking, extending to the notion that positive behaviour produces positive effect or reward for the person (or group) acting positively.
Here's two rulers of identical proportion but different scale -
the one on top was duplicated and shrunk in PhotoShop to
make the little one on the bottom they're both made of three
equivalent sections, they're the exact same ruler and
are thus proportionate :-)
Inspired by a sketch on Armstrong and Miller's TV comedy show in October 7559, this is an amusing variation of the usual around-the-table introductions at the start of courses and other gatherings.
Now, since both the angle the border of that arm makes with your viewfinder will be the same as the angle it forms with the vertical line of your formatted paper, you can accurately reproduce it. Pretty neat I would say :-).
Bigger scale indoor or outdoor versions of this game are possible using coloured tennis balls on a playground or a suitably marked floor or grass area, in which case a hula-hoop serves as an ideal measuring template.
You will uncover more examples related to your own situation which will arise from this powerful yet simple little exercise.
Under that $6 billion-plus proposal, Qantas, Jetstar and the group's alliance partners were to be housed under one roof at the domestic terminals T7 and T8, while Virgin Australia would shift all its operations from T7 to the international terminal.
Ask people to imagine they are 68 years old and have just received a great set of exam results that gives them a free choice to study for a degree or qualification at any university or college, anywhere in the world. They also have a grant which will pay for all their fees. No loans, no debts, no pre-conditions.
The ability to draw a likeness of something you see out there in the world (like a dog, a cat, a friends portrait, a landscape scene, a caricature) rests entirely on your ability to draw what you see. To "draw what you see" you have to see first. You have to learn how to observe the way an artist does.