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Research Perhaps According to Albert Einstein

‘If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn’t be called research’ Albert Einstein Footnote: Whenever I post something attributed to Albert, someone tells me he didn’t say it. Fine, but I bet he would, if he had heard it, wish … Continue reading

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Conflict: Top Ten Contemporary Thinkers Behind This Blog

I thought it would be fun to list out some of the contemporary intellectual thinkers who have fed the thinking of this blog, in roughly the order I discovered them and started using their approaches in this context: William Ury*, … Continue reading

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Vulnerability: TED Talk by Brene Brown

I really liked this TED talk by story teller/researcher (you’ll understand that label better after you have watched the clip) Brene Brown on the subject of Vulnerability, our willingness, or not, to take risk inter-personally, to go out on a limb … Continue reading

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