Monthly Archives: March 2014

SPA Redux

As happens more frequently than one expects, I came across an article that spoke directly to me about something I had written about, this time related to the strength of Strategic Problem Anticipation (SPA).  The article 5 Things Elite Customer … Continue reading

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Victory Over the Forces of Fakery (Guest Post –Mark Lukens)

In my dedication to consuming the written word (see this previous post), I have once again come across an excellent perspective, this time on a vital success factor (Fundamental Principle 10) in life, the connection between your values (what you … Continue reading

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Duplicating Archimedes’ Experiment [FP]

Sometimes the achievement of Learning “How to Learn ‘How to Learn’ “ comes on us in strange but beneficial ways.  It’s vicarious learning that, unfortunately, is not easily taught; it is rather more easily caught.  Since it is often a … Continue reading

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