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Balance Dreaming, Thinking & Doing โ€“ your Inner Visionary, Manager, & Soldier

This post first appeared on my companion site Transformational Tools for Body Energy and Mind I’ve written this one for me lol – as it’s something I am thinking through – but also importantly for assorted friends for whom this … Continue reading

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The World Of Work Has Changed Forever

This post was first published on my companion site The Tao of Business Development I was networking around recently and catching up with chums old and new.ย  Theย one thing that struck me was that the world of work was proving … Continue reading

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If you are annoying some people you must be onto something!

I generally think of annoying people as A Bad Thing. I recall reading some time back about the hugely irritating series of GoCompare adverts with the cod opera singer. As I recall something like 80% of people find this highly … Continue reading

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Wisdom Stories – When All is Going Wrong Have a Cup of Tea

This is a true story from a book of stories by Ajahn Brahm a Thai Forest tradition Abbot living in Australia. Born Peter Betts he went to Latymer School and did theoretical physics at Cambridge in the late ’60s before … Continue reading

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From John Kay on Why 19thC & 21stC “Capitalism” are Completely Different to Language, the Euro and Personal Crises

I like these broad ranging connections ๐Ÿ™‚ A kind of linked in, “6 degrees of separation” for concepts ๐Ÿ™‚ One of the interesting things from studying, and more importantly experiencing and integrating Asian traditions – predominantly Indian and Chinese worldviews … Continue reading

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Be Happy – Where the Hell is Matt?

This one is a must view if you have never seen it before… Lots of words have been written about global peace, lots of words have been written about what is wrong with the world. However it must be near … Continue reading

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Three Ways for Coping with Data Overload

In 2011 I took the year off to write a book. Well yes and no. As many authors will attest “the book” takes over. I intended taking three months off but the book became the master and I the servant … Continue reading

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