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The Way We Think (2): Authority versus Power

“Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence” – Leonardo da Vinci An earlier post presented an overview of Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind and a description of the development of Moral Foundations Theory (MFT), which seems to be a fairly … Continue reading

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Culture 5 – The Whopping Effects of the Nonexistent Culture of Nations

While researching materials for the topic of the Culture of Nations, I discovered a very impressive book, one that I have now readily added to my Top Ten or More List of significant books (in this world there really needs … Continue reading

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Spilled M&Ms© 2 – How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Character

Previously we covered the important aspects of What you do to add value to the organization and its goods and services and How you go about contributing this added value.  Now we finish up with Who is doing this.  This … Continue reading

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