Monthly Archives: August 2011

Rules of Engagement – Our Values Explained

There are over 300 road rules in Australia and they are generally pretty standard across the country. Obviously the most important rules are that we drive on the left side of the road, stop at red lights and travel at … Continue reading

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Human Whisperers

I just watched The Wild Horse Redemption a doco on prisoners training wild horses using the “Horse Whisperer” technique and it is such an insight into the human condition. I really think we need a bit of “Human Whispering” applied … Continue reading

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Implicit Verses Explicit Demands

I guess my demands of people were/are implicit and not so explicit. Is there anything wrong with having demands? We all have heard of "reasonable demands". For example, to clean up after oneself is a reasonable demand, explicit or implicit. … Continue reading

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Extinguishing the Spark of Conflict

I had started to reply to your post Kim but realised that I/we may be heading for a fall. If we did have these agreements it would be incumbent of me to let you know that as much as I … Continue reading

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My Six Rules of Engagement Proposal

Thanks for asking Charlotte and the chance for me to share my needs. The 6 rules of engagement I propose we try are 6 words beginning with A. That we both try to speak with Adjustable, Accountable and ultimately Acceptable … Continue reading

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Maslow and My Hierarchy of Needs

I woke up this morning and retrofitted my past interesting discussions. If my framework (I call it RethinkPerfect) is as useful as I think it is then I should be able to apply it to my past "interesting" discussions. Yes, … Continue reading

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Protected: None of My Business.

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