Monthly Archives: January 2016


A Strategy Of Playfulness  Playfulness is a deliberate, temporary relaxation of rules in order to explore the possibilities of alternative rules. James March  One of my favorite decision making strategies by one of my favorite authors is “The Technology of … Continue reading

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Ambiguity Can Be Funny Call me a cab; OK you’re a cab.  The purpose of this blog is to convince my readers that since people enjoy humor and humor enjoys uncertainty, maybe readers could learn to see uncertainty more favorably, … Continue reading

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How Do You Know What You Know? It is what you learn after you know it all that counts. John Wooden First, an educational test: Have you ever had thoughts that were not totally rational? Have you ever had unrealistic … Continue reading

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How Did You Learn It? Science can assist us in becoming more skillful choosers, but at its core, choice remains an art.      Sheena Iyengar Many years ago we learned that the individual’s ability to choose is faulty. Three Noble Prizes … Continue reading

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Do You Fear Being Responsible For Your Choices? Humanity craves but dreads autonomy. Autonomy consists of making with eyes open the decisions that give shape to one’s life. Walter Kaufman We crave autonomy but we dread being responsible. We want … Continue reading

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