Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Desire to be Always Right is a Nobel Desire!

The desire to be always right is not a bad thing it just has a few cracks in it. And as Leonard Cohen says “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in” and afterall it is … Continue reading

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Ego is not a Dirty Word. Its just a Very Focused Thought!

Ego is not a dirty word, it is just the decision making process that we use to make our moment to moment decisions, I reckon. It is what lets us get some runs on the board or starts the ball … Continue reading

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What makes us tick and the desire to be right.

Email to Hugh MacKay Author of “What Makes Us Tick? The ten desires that drives us.” from the ABC Big Page http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bigideas/stories/2010/3038586.htm Hi Hugh, I saw the last of your talk today on the ABC and once again I thought … Continue reading

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Charmed, I’m Sure

I met Shauna (26) the other night. Five foot tall, beautiful, petite blonde and drives a 40 tonne dump truck. She was telling me that I should not leave it “too late” to find someone. That I should “charm” women … Continue reading

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Team Work Verses Egos

I was thinking the other day of the best way to get the most from a team and to bypass individual egos. Any thoughts? Now I know this sounds simple after I suggest this, so I might be onto something. … Continue reading

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How to Complain Responsibly and Prepare for the Failure

Most complaints don’t reach their intended, rightful owner. That is, the person or organisation that it is directed at. Or if it does get to them it is not delivered in the same format that it first started out as. … Continue reading

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Perfect Thinking

Imagine if we always thought that we were always right, all the time, at the time (nano second) of decision making. That we needed to believe that we were perfectly right to make instantaneous decisions. That we lived in virtually … Continue reading

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