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Future-Present Singularity

Future-Present Singularity

Marc Cooper November 26, 2014 0

The best predictor of the future in a person's life or a company’s future is what they are doing now

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Disengaging the Autopilot

Disengaging the Autopilot

Charles Smith November 17, 2014 0

There are many entrepreneurial CEO’s, executives, innovators and individuals in all walks of life, who have a character — a way of being — that lets them see the whole of a system as

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Hidden by Assumptions: Uncovering Solutions for Your Important Business Challenges

Hidden by Assumptions: Uncovering Solutions for Your Important Business Challenges

Beth Hand July 17, 2014 0

Business leaders know that the effectiveness of a business process, whether an internally-facing or client-facing process, can determine the quality of the results we get. But, what about our thinking processes? Those are far

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Communication Options in Conflict

Communication Options in Conflict

Ellen Kandell August 6, 2013 0

When you are faced with a conflict how do you typically respond? Do you always respond in the same way?

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Bureaucracy, Sludge and Human Energy

Bureaucracy, Sludge and Human Energy

Charles Smith July 30, 2013 0

Unbridled bureaucracy turns human energy into sludge

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Coaching to a New Orleans State of Mind: A Multi-Tasking City and Mind-Set

Coaching to a New Orleans State of Mind: A Multi-Tasking City and Mind-Set

William Bergquist June 7, 2013 0

There is a kind of “multi-tasking” that takes place in this remarkable city located on the Mississippi River. It is a state of mind that should be cherished in the lives and minds of

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The Parmenides Fallacy: Are You Downplaying the Cost of Inaction?

The Parmenides Fallacy: Are You Downplaying the Cost of Inaction?

Margie Warrell April 10, 2013 0

Parmenides Fallacy serves as a reminder to not to kid ourselves; choosing to do nothing (about our job, business, career, relationship, fitness, weight…) will ultimately cost us in some way

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Traffic Management and Business Performance: A White Paper

Traffic Management and Business Performance: A White Paper

Ian Prosser July 9, 2012 1

A Dutch traffic engineer's notion was that if all the controls and systems were removed, people would have to make decisions. They would actually have to “connect” with other road users

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Possibility Addiction Disorder: Coaching and What Lies Beneath

Possibility Addiction Disorder: Coaching and What Lies Beneath

Charles Smith April 18, 2012 0

What’s important enough for you to take on your Possibility Addiction seriously?What practices would you have to do faithfully to change your way of operating from Possibility to Choice

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Corporations and Whackamole: What’s A Coach to Do?

Corporations and Whackamole: What’s A Coach to Do?

Charles Smith April 10, 2012 0

After forty three years visiting corporations, I see that the corporate world pretends to be reasonable but is really Whackamole in disguise

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