Posted on 27. Dec, 2012 by in Growth, Innovation, Leadership, Productivity

Take a look at this short video called, appropriately for this post, Assumptions: Entertaining, to be sure. But there’s more here than entertainment. As much as I try to avoid it, I find it virtually impossible not to go into a situation without preconceived notions or assumptions. Such poor going-in positioning may have to do […]

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Posted on 20. Dec, 2012 by in Growth, Innovation, Leadership, Productivity

I’m sure you’ve heard some version of the old phrase, “not being able to see the forest for the trees”.  There are many such aphorisms, so—clearly—one’s inability to see big pictures owing to focus on details is not a new phenomenon. I came across an inverse view of this recently. A two-gigabyte image of Mt. […]

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What Controls You?

Posted on 11. Dec, 2012 by in Growth, Leadership, Productivity

Much as I am loath to admit it, I must acknowledge that I’m not always (or even usually) in conscious control of my own behavior. I strive to bring forth my best, but there are times when my response to a given situation just seems, well, over the top, and usually in a negative way. […]

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Should It Be Done?

Posted on 06. Dec, 2012 by in Growth, Innovation, Leadership, Productivity

If you’ve been following these posts, you know I’m a technophile. Over time, I’ve become interested in technological utility in addition to loving technology for its own sake. That’s why when I found this, describing the provision of information from a car’s computer onto the windshield, I found myself stopped. I faced a conundrum: While […]

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