Monthly Archives: December 2011

Thoughts on my ebook title

The Upside of Uncertainty Between Friends, Colleagues and Lovers The good thing about this title is that it poses the question: What is the upside of Uncertainty between friends, colleagues and lovers? · The answer is that it creates conversation … Continue reading

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Why Converse?

Do we converse to seek an agreement? agree verb (used without object) 1.to have the same views, emotions, etc.; harmonize inopinion or feeling (often followed by with ): I don’t agree withyou. 2.to give consent; assent (often followed by to … Continue reading

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Conversation Competitions

Can one lose or win a conversation? I guess there are many reasons that people have conversations but I do believe that there is an ultimate goal of finding solutions. When egos come between people, “winning” and avoiding “losing” can … Continue reading

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Gravity and The Pink Elephant

I think that…..some people believe that some thoughts are fact. That some of the opinions that they hold are somehow more than just opinions but a fact or a certainty. For example a in the 16th centuary it was believed … Continue reading

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Reasonable Certainty and Uncertainty Defined

I define "reasonable uncertainty" as: The point when I am in disagreement with someone and have the choice to: 1. Work and invest time and effort to expand my own understanding so as to convert my own ideas so that … Continue reading

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Comparing Certainties

Sakoz: I define ‘unreasonable certainty’ as:" Unwittingly believing a false thought and being as certain about it as one is certain about ones existence and gravity." Rethink Perfect: Interesting… I define "unreasonable certainty" as when one loses one’s cool and … Continue reading

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How to Complain Responsibly

So what is a complaint? As simple as this question may sound,  I think that most people will not be able to answer this question successfully. Is it a problem that we did not foresee? An action that has led … Continue reading

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