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“Why is there war? Why not ask, why is there peace?”

We are fascinated that six or seven of the seven major psychopathy traits are also considered desirable traits for leaders. According to Shermer, (Pinker, and Dutton), the seven traits represent both what is wrong and right with the world depending … Continue reading

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Knowing Why They Don’t Buy, Even When They Don’t Know

We don’t create innovation, we discover it. Competing Against Luck: The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice by Clayton M Christensen, Taddy Hall, Karen Dillon, David S. Duncan/ Harper Collins Business Other books tell us to manage our client’s expectations. … Continue reading

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Paradoxically, Engage and Distance

Laurence Scott writes so beautifully. The Four-Dimensional Human: Ways of Being in the Digital World is no snap and jab at human Internet habits but an appreciation of people’s inner needs and outer foibles. More About Laurence Scott When he … Continue reading

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