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Culture 5 – America, A Positive Sum (+∑) Culture, Mostly

This seems to be becoming routine: I get an idea; I ponder it, read and “research” it; write it; and then get hit with a multitude of higher priority items* that intrude between me and the “Publish” button. (*An organization’s … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Conflict Resolution

“Letting go is the willingness to change your beliefs in order to bring more peace and joy into your life instead of holding onto beliefs that bring pain and suffering…” ― Hal Tipper Welcome back. I decided to be very … Continue reading

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Further Thoughts On Decision Making

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it” ― Yogi Berra We are always confronted with decisions, or forks in the road. I last wrote about Decision Making here from a process point of view, but have always … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Growth Potential

Closely related to Competence is the attribute of Growth Potential – can you grow in your skills and can you add new skills, not just tangible skills, but also intangible ones.  Growth potential is one of the more important attributes … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Competence

It is easy to begin with Competence as it is the most obvious – can you do the job.  As we will see, it is by no means the only important attribute and may not be the most important one.  … Continue reading

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Builders or Survivors – Games People Play III

This time with Games People Play I’m going to try to create a simple description of the Active mode games people can choose to engage in and give some hint as to how these will affect our lives and the environment … Continue reading

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From Hermits to Heads of State – Games People Play II

My last post tried to put into visual perspective a bit of an overview of game theory since most of our common knowledge of game theory derives from the rather singularly myopic focus by the media on “zero sum games” … Continue reading

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