Tag Archives: Denial

Reflections on a Time of Change: Edmund Burke and Beyond

I am reading Jesse Norman’s fine book on the conservative politician and originator of modern conservative thinking Edmund Burke (1729-1797). I increasingly feel like a Burke-influenced liberal. I greatly fear climate change, economic instability, and growing economic inequality because all … Continue reading

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William Bridges Transition Model Applied to the Republican Defeat in 2012

I have often in my professional and personal life used William Bridges model for transitions, that is also close to Elizabeth Kubler Ross’s model for dealing with death, and the loss associated with it. So I thought it might be … Continue reading

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The Emerging Eco-Economic Crisis: Transitions: the William Bridges Model of Change

I have always liked William Bridges Transition Model in its various forms and have applied it to major changes in my corporate work, as well as to major changes and transitions in my own life. I used it to cope … Continue reading

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