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Business Development Strategy Do's and Don'ts

Using Strategic Partnerships and Business Development to Dominate Your Market

The Power of Intuition (Chapters 1 to 10)

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 45:19 — 41.5MB) |<p>Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Play | RSS | More<p>Productivity …

Daniel Kahneman: When Can We Trust Expert Intuition?

Daniel Kahneman: When Can We Trust Expert Intuition?<p>August 2, 2015<p>In Thinking, Fast and Slow – which I’m re-reading yet again because I find it so insightful and fascinating – Daniel Kahneman has a chapter, “Expert Intuition: When Can We Trust It?”<p>Kahneman writes that published exchanges of disagreements are usually a waste of time because typically the participants are not able to be very Socratic. But Kahneman says what can sometimes work are “adversarial collaborations,” in which scholars …

Gary Klein's Triple Path Model of Insight

In 1936 Graham Wallas, co-founder of the London School of Economics, published The Art of Thought, outlining the four stages of the creative process. …

Robin Ince: "Don't be scared of ideas!"

The comedian discusses secularism, Christmas, and space exploration.

Comedians

Are Enlightenment values the property of the West?

<i>This article is a preview from the Winter 2014 edition of New Humanist. You can find out more and subscribe here.</i>There could be no more daunting …

Human Rights

Architecture for the people

<b></b><i>This article is a preview from the Spring 2015 edition of New Humanist. You can find out more and subscribe here.</i><b>People’s Palaces: Architecture,</b> …

Skateboarding

What is wrong with the way we think?

<i>Today, the notion of "smart-thinking" is ubiquitous.</i> <i>This huge publishing field was prefigured by the work of social psychologist Richard Nisbett who</i> …

Psychology

Do we have free will? The atheist case for determinism

Free will was a necessary idea, once upon a time. For the religious, it was the plaster over the holes in their god’s benevolence. For the wronged, …

Consciousness

Is there a choice?

<i>This article is a preview from the Summer 2015 edition of New Humanist. You can find out more and subscribe here.</i>From Tunisia to Tibet, from Russia …

In a word: economy

<i>This article is a preview from the Spring 2015 edition of New Humanist. You can find out more and subscribe here.</i><b>economy</b><i> (n. 1530s, “household</i> …

Economics

The Internet gives many gorgeous possibilities to communicate with people from different countries and to learn more and more about our universe. …

Theodore Zeldin explains the source of “All the great movements of protest”

No 322 Posted by fw, November 1, 2011<p><i>“All the great movements of protest against contempt, segregation and exclusion involve an infinite number of</i> …

Catalyst http://goo.gl/lbEO5x Issue 6 - Jan 1...

<b>The Google+ Monday Magazine: Catalyst</b> http://goo.gl/lbEO5x<br>Issue 6 - Jan 13, 2014<p><i>"Conversations leads to relationships that leads to exchange of ideas</i> …

The End of the Road

<i>A dream is what makes people love life even when it is painful.</i><p>--Theodore Zeldin<p>Today marks a turning point in my journey. I’ve traveled as far south …

in search of a fuller #life #RSAZeldin - a 10 point mega-summary ...plus the detail after that

Yesterday lunchtime I listened to an RSA event "In Search of a fuller life" with philosopher Theodore Zeldin speaking. The event was chaired by Joe …

Mindfulness is stopping the world from thinking

Although the NHS supports mindfulness, an Oxford academic claims it stops people thinking deeply<p>People are wasting valuable thinking time on mediation and mindfulness and should stop trying to clear their heads, an Oxford University academic has claimed.<p>Theodore Zeldin said too many people were …

The Paradoxical Traits Of Resilient People

Resilient people develop a mental capacity that allows them to adapt with ease during adversity. Like bamboo, they bend but rarely break. How resilient are you?<p>Journalist Hara Estroff Marano once wrote in a <i>Psychology Today</i> article “The Art of Resilience”:<p>“Resilience may be an art, the ultimate art …

Creativity, the Gift of Failure, and the Crucial Difference Between Success and Mastery

<i>“You gotta be willing to fail… if you’re afraid of failing, you won’t get very far,”</i> Steve Jobs cautioned. <i>“There is no such thing as failure — failure is just life trying to move us in another direction,”</i> Oprah counseled new Harvard graduates. In his wonderfully heartening letter of fatherly …

Rome Wasn't Built in a Day, But They Were Laying Bricks Every Hour

John Heywood was an English playwright who lived hundreds of years ago.<p>Today, Heywood is known for his poems, proverbs, and plays. But more than any one work, it's his phrases that have made him famous. For example, here are some popular sayings that have been attributed to Heywood...<p>"Out of sight, …