Monthly Archives: August 2013

Conversation revisited

What about this: I propose that conversation is “A” learning process by which we convert our own concepts, through other people’s feedback, into FUTURE agreements. (and vice versa) That the feedback we receive today may take up to 5, 10 … Continue reading

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The Two Resentments

Let me run this by you. Before we get angry or sad, we get resentment. For example, say a driver in a car does not give way to us. We can get 2 types of resentment from this experience. 1. … Continue reading

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Titanic Relationships

Life is like the romance in the Titanic Movie, most couples end up in deep water, thrash about, freeze and then sink.

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Righteous Indignation and the Antichrist

It seems like that these days we are bombarded with thousands of daily messages to try sell us something. From ideas to products and services. One idea that I think we have all been sold is the idea of righteous … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Angry or Sad, Get Useful

In response to Steve’s thought on “don’t get angry or sad get useful”. >Yeah instead of allowing uncertainty and >ambiguity to turn into anger or sadness – >we can instead focus that energy into >something useful. >Coz I guess there … Continue reading

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Desmond Sherlock To Pitch at TravelTECH13

Desmond Sherlock To Pitch at TravelTECH13.

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Communication Cliché

Saying that we need “communication” in a relationship, in my view, is like saying that we need to be in the air, while flying. The irony is that such an obvious statement amounts to many, thinking that they have said … Continue reading

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