Monthly Archives: July 2016


Open-Mindedness and Open-Heartedness If we can see ourselves connected, yet ignorant of most of the connections,  then we have little choice but to be compassionate. Donald Michael In 1995 I published an article in the Counseling and Values Journal with the … Continue reading

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Or Is It? The song What A Wonderful World was written by Bob Thiele and George David Weiss in 1967. Louis Armstrong made it famous and his recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999. You may … Continue reading

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A Thermostat Metaphor

 Double Loop Learning   Double loop learning is learning about the assumptions behind  your programmed way of seeing.  Chris Argyris I believe making personal decisions is often side-tracked by standard operating procedures and untested assumptions. In this blog I am … Continue reading

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