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Individual Behavior Curves (Illustrated)

“This idea that there is generality in the specific is of far-reaching importance.” – Douglas R. Hofstadter In the back of my mind there has always been a quiet nagging question: Why can’t the Behavior Curve enable us to reproducibly pinpoint … Continue reading

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What to Expect Further, or Not

While I was mulling over the 14 “Management (or Influencing) Behaviors” from my earlier post, I was pleased to come across an interview with Jim Harter from Gallup (the poll people) in Businessweek.  Gallup’s research affirms most of the same behaviors … Continue reading

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Spilled M&Ms© 4 – The Consequences of Character [FP]

It probably has become apparent from the last few posts that one view of our Journey of Life could separate it into three distinct eras: -Era 1, childhood, when we threw our M&Ms; -Era 2, youth, when we would occasionally … Continue reading

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How to Succeed in a Career By Really Trying – Attitude

If Competence and Growth Potential are more concerned with What you do and What you add to the value of the organization’s goods and services, then the attributes under Attitude are more concerned with How you go about contributing this added value. … Continue reading

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