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THE INNER JOURNEY

And Its Subjective Transitions The only journey is the journey within. Rainer Maria Rilke  It is said that life is a journey, not a destination. It could also be said that life is an inner journey with inner transitions along … Continue reading

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DECIDING HOW TO DECIDE

Isn’t What It Used To Be  Or is it? I have been advising about the decision making process since my first publication in 1962. This was my theory “by the book” and very rational. It was the accepted theory of … Continue reading

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GIVING ADVICE

And Accepting Advice The world is filled with people who are anxious to serve in an advisory capacity.               Charlie Brown on the baseball mound surrounded by players It is always foolish to give advice, … Continue reading

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CURIOUSITY AND CREATIVITY

The Key To Open-Mindedness  You can’t grow clinging to the status quo.  It is said that curiosity killed the cat. It could also be said that curiosity keeps humans creative. Curious is defined as a strong desire to know or … Continue reading

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

Listening Or Telling?  To be wise has changed from being able to answer the questions                                                      to being able to question the answers.   Unknown Children ask questions, adults tell the answers. Which is the best way to learn? Students are taught … Continue reading

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THE FUTURE OF UNCERTAINTY

What Do You Predict?  The more I learn, the more I learn how little I know. — Socrates                                             … Continue reading

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A TRUTH DETECTOR

Doubt May Be The Best Sensor The surest way to lose the truth is to pretend that you already possess it. Gordon Allport Today it is hard (often impossible) to know for certain what is true. Although that has probably … Continue reading

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